Small but customizable utility to create backups and store them in cloud storage providers
Small but customizable utility to create backups and store them in cloud storage providers.
How to install
Download from releases the latest
wheel package and install it. It is recommended to use a virtual environment to do that. We will show you this way.
What do yo need?:
- Any OS with Python support and POSIX-like (e.g.: Linux, macOS, *BSD...)
- Python 3.6 or higher
First select a folder where all the needed files will be stored. It is important not to move (or rename) this folder after installation.
Run one of those commands. If both fail, try to install
python3-virtualenv (debian based) or
pip3 install virtualenv (on macOS).
python3 -m venv .venv python3 -m virtualenv .venv
When you have the virtual environment created, you have to activate it. With this, you can run python commands and everything you do, will alter the virtual env, not the real one (and so, you don't need
sudo to do things).
. .venv/bin/activate pip install --upgrade setuptools wheel pip install mdbackup
Now you can run the utility (only if you have enabled the virtual env) with
mdbackup. In this folder it is recommended to store the
Note: to be able to use some of the cloud storage and secrets backends, you will be requested to install some packages. Go to the documentation to see what is needed.
Can be found at mdbackup.majorcadevs.com or at the docs folder.
To make the documentation, install the requirements in
docs/requirements.txt and run
Download the file for your platform. If you're not sure which to choose, learn more about installing packages.
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