SVN Easy Backup
SVN Easy Backup
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VisualSVN Server provides a perfect backup solution for the Subversion repositories. The feature helps you make daily backups of the repositories of any size. What is more, the Backup and Restore feature in VisualSVN Server is very easy to setup and maintain.
VisualSVN Server Backup and Restore feature, in conjunction with scheduled repository verification, safeguards your versioned data from both hardware and software failures and from an unexpected loss caused by human factors.
I will start this post once again with the words of a wise man:
There are two kinds of people, those who backup regularly, and those that never had a hard drive fail
So the moral of the story here is backup often. If something is to happen, the impact on your operations will be minimal if your backup strategy is in place and operational.
There are a lot of backup scenarios and strategies. Most of them suggest a backup once a day, usually at the early hours of the day. This however might not work very well with a fast paced environment where data changes several times per hour. This kind of environment is usually a software development one.
If you have chosen Subversion to be your software version control software then you will need a backup strategy for your repositories. Since the code changes very often, this strategy cannot rely on the daily backup schedule. The reason being is that, in software, a day’s worth of work usually costs a lot more than the actual daily rate of the programmers.
Below are some of the scripts I have used over the years for my incremental backups, that I hope will help you too. You are more than welcome to copy and paste the scripts and use them or modify them to suit your needs. Please note though that the scripts are provided as is and that you must check your backup strategy with a full backup/restore cycle. I cannot assume responsibility of something that might happen in your system.
Now that the ‘legal’ stuff are out of the way, here are the different strategies that you can adopt.
This is a script that is provided with Subversion. It copies (and compresses if requested) the whole repository to a specified location. This technique allows for a full copy of the repository to be moved to a different location. The target location can be a resource on the local machine or a network resource. You can also backup on the local drive and then as a next step transfer the target files to an offsite location with FTP, SCP, RSync or any other mechanism you prefer.
Easily configurable to fit your needs
VisualSVN Server Manager console provides an intuitive user interface to setup and manage the scheduled backup jobs. The setup process is very simple and should usually take no longer than 5 minutes to complete. You can add multiple backup jobs and configure them to have different schedules, backup destinations and sets of repositories to backup. This kind of flexibility should help you setup the backup that meets the corporate policies and requirements of your organization.
Time and space efficient
VisualSVN Server Backup and Restore feature was specifically designed for Subversion repositories and enables highly effective hot backup capabilities. It only takes about 40 seconds and around 5 MB on disk to make a daily incremental backup of the official Apache Software Foundation repository. It is worth noting that this is a large monolithic repository that holds 200 separate projects and contains more than 1,700,000 revisions.
Hot backup without service interruptions
Backup jobs can run when the repositories are being actively used, and do not have a noticeable impact on the performance. The running jobs do not cause any interruptions for users.
Scheduled and on-demand data protection
VisualSVN Server Backup and Restore, in conjunction with regular repository verification, provides a reliable data protection from human errors and software or hardware failures.
Before executing a potentially dangerous operation, you can always take one-time full backup of the repository or manually start a backup job out of schedule. The latter option helps you make a backup in just a couple of minutes.
Encryption allows you to protect the backups and guarantees that only authorized users can decrypt and access the data. VisualSVN Server uses strong AES-128 or AES-256 backup encryption algorithms. The encryption prevents unauthorized access to the data. Read the article KB132: Understanding backup encryption for more information.
Backup to Azure Files cloud storage
VisualSVN Server allows you to store the repository backups on the Azure Files cloud storage. Azure Files is a secure and highly-available cloud file share accessible via the SMB 3.0 protocol. Azure Files cloud storage can be used with one-time repository backups and with scheduled backup jobs.
What’s a good and simple way to backup an SVN repo to an FTP server?
I’d like to make a backup of my SVN repo using tar and ftp from a cronjob once a day. This is quite easy, but I would like to make sure there’s no commit etc. running while the backup is made. While there are times of the day / night where this is highly unlikely, but I’d rather not rely on that, because if I’m already up at night in some crunch, the last thing I need is my SVN or my backups getting messed up.
I’m looking for some very simple but effective safeguard. It’s OK if SVN clients get an error while the backup is running (it won’t take that long). Should I use
- something on the filesystem level
- some SVN hook script
- something else entirely
I started posting this over at serverfault, but then decided that it is slightly closer to programming than to sysadmin, especially if hooks are involved. Feel free to move it if you think otherwise.
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