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Hello,

 

I'm add this contribution simple because I use it.

This script already on my computer for ages and I got it from another place. But since the original author not mentioned on the script, so I can not said who is he/she. :(

The credit should go to "John Doe" or "Jane Doe", not me.

 

The contribution uploaded at:

http://addons.oscommerce.com/info/7034

Edited by midave

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i think there is a mistake:

 

case ($size>=1024); $size = round($size/1024) . " KB"; break;

should be

case ($size>=1024): $size = round($size/1024) . " KB"; break;

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here's an improved script...maybe :) got some trouble on my server using your script. the base of this script i found on the internet (long time ago) too and did some modifcations.

 

#!/bin/bash
KEEP=31 # number of backups to keep
USER='user' # database user
PASS='pass' # database password
DB='db' # select the database to backup, or... 
#DB='--all-databases' # backup all databases (comment the line above)
BUPATH='/root/backup_etkatalog/db_backups' # path to this (!!) script

BACKUPS=`find $BUPATH -name $DB"-*.sql.gz" | wc -l | sed 's/\ //g'` 
while [ $BACKUPS -ge $KEEP ]
do
ls -tr1 $BUPATH/$DB-*.sql.gz | head -n 1 | xargs rm -f 
BACKUPS=`expr $BACKUPS - 1` 
done
DATE=`date +%Y%m%d%H%M%S`
rm -f $BUPATH/.$DB-${DATE}.sql.gz_TMP
/usr/bin/mysqldump $DB --opt -Q -u$USER -p$PASS | gzip -c -9 > $BUPATH/.$DB-${DATE}.sql.gz_TMP
mv -f $BUPATH/.$DB-${DATE}.sql.gz_TMP $BUPATH/$DB-${DATE}.sql.gz
exit 0 

# example for daily backup (00:01)
# ================================
# add this line to crontab
# 1 0 * * * root sh /path/to/this/script.sh

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