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CRON Job that will execute moving backup files to Amazon S3. Usage info here: http://serversideup.netmedia-temple-amazon-s3-backup-and-other-linux-servers
#! /bin/bash
# Author: Jay Rogers - jay@521dimensions.com
#IMPORTANT -- CONFIGURATION VARIABLES
BACKUPDOMAIN=backup.mydomain.com
SITESBUCKETNAME=myserver-plesksites
SERVERBUCKETNAME=myserver-pleskfull
#Check to see if there are any individual SITES to back up. If so, move the backups to Amazon S3
if [ "$(find /var/www/vhosts/$BACKUPDOMAIN/s3backups/sites/ -name "*.tar")" ]; then
#Make sure that CRON is able to find the AWS Configuration File
export AWS_CONFIG_FILE=/root/.aws/config
#Execute S3 moved to Bucket configured above
aws s3 mv /var/www/vhosts/$BACKUPDOMAIN/s3backups/sites/ s3://$SITESBUCKETNAME --recursive
fi
#Check to see if there are any SERVER backups to move. If so, move the backups to Amazon S3
if [ "$(find /var/www/vhosts/$BACKUPDOMAIN/s3backups/fullserver/ -name "*.tar")" ]; then
#Make sure that CRON is able to find the AWS Configuration File
export AWS_CONFIG_FILE=/root/.aws/config
#Execute S3 moved to Bucket configured above
aws s3 mv /var/www/vhosts/$BACKUPDOMAIN/s3backups/fullserver/ s3://$SERVERBUCKETNAME --recursive
exit 0
else
#If nothing exists in any of these folders, then do nothing
exit 0
fi
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