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= Backups =  
 
= Backups =  
  
== backup.osgeo.org ==
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== backup.osgeo.org (aka osgeo5, mirror) ==
  
 
This was the OSUOSL VM used for backups starting in 2010/04 and is now upgraded to dedicated hardware (very) early in 2014. It is used for Bacula backups of OSU OSL VMs and Rsync backups of the public space at "download.osgeo.org".
 
This was the OSUOSL VM used for backups starting in 2010/04 and is now upgraded to dedicated hardware (very) early in 2014. It is used for Bacula backups of OSU OSL VMs and Rsync backups of the public space at "download.osgeo.org".
* Admins: Frank Warmerdam (rsync), Martin Spott (backula)
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* Admins: Frank Warmerdam (rsync), Martin Spott (bacula), Sandro Santilli (bacula)
 
* access is via SAC shell group.
 
* access is via SAC shell group.
 
* download.osgeo.org rsync mirroring runs nightly and is externally available at download2.osgeo.org.
 
* download.osgeo.org rsync mirroring runs nightly and is externally available at download2.osgeo.org.
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* /backup/longterm/ is for long term backups of static material (ie conference web sites)
 
* /backup/longterm/ is for long term backups of static material (ie conference web sites)
 
* /backup/pgdump/ contains PostgreSQL dumps of the Bacula director database
 
* /backup/pgdump/ contains PostgreSQL dumps of the Bacula director database
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* /etc/bacula contains Bacula configuration, is under local git repo
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=== Hardware ===
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<pre>
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CPU: Intel Xeon E3-1220v2, 3.1GHz (4-Core, 8MB Cache, 69W) 22nm
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RAM: 16GB (2 x 8GB DDR3-1600 ECC Unbuffered 2R DIMMs) Operating at 1600 MT/s Max
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NIC: Two Gigabit Ethernet Controllers (Intel 82574L) - Integrated
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Management: Integrated IPMI 2.0 & KVM with Dedicated LAN
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Controller: 2 Ports 6Gb/s SATA, and 4 Ports 3Gb/s SATA via Intel C216 Chipset
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PCIe 3.0 x16: No Item Selected
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PCIe 2.0 x4 (x8): No Item Selected
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NOTE: Drives will be connected to onboard SATA controller unless otherwise specified
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Hot-Swap Drive - 1: 3TB Seagate Constellation ES.3 (6Gb/s, 7.2K RPM, 128MB Cache) 3.5-inch SATA
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Hot-Swap Drive - 2: 3TB Seagate Constellation ES.3 (6Gb/s, 7.2K RPM, 128MB Cache) 3.5-inch SATA
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Hot-Swap Drive - 3: 3TB Seagate Constellation ES.3 (6Gb/s, 7.2K RPM, 128MB Cache) 3.5-inch SATA
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Hot-Swap Drive - 4: 3TB Seagate Constellation ES.3 (6Gb/s, 7.2K RPM, 128MB Cache) 3.5-inch SATA
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Optical Drive: Blanking Panel, No Optical Drive
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Front Input: Blanking Panel - No Front Inputs
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Power Supply: Redundant 500W Power Supply with PMBus - 80 PLUS Platinum Certified
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Rail Kit: 1U Sliding Rail Kit
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OS: No Item Selected
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Warranty: Standard 3-Year Warranty
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Notes:
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New quote with redundant power supply. Can I get a 2.5 inch spinning
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disk instead of SSD in the Front Input slot (500 GB Seagate
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Constellation 6 GB/s 2.5")?
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</pre>
  
 
=== OS installation ===
 
=== OS installation ===
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* Create an empty partition at the beginning of every hard drive, use "Reserved BIOS boot area" on GPT-partitioned disks (typical with 2 GByte disks or bigger) or just "Unused" on DOS-type partition tables. By tradition I reserve 10 MByte on each disk, maybe 1 MByte would be sufficient as well, but these 9 MByte of difference don't cost that much and you're on the safe side ....
 
* Create an empty partition at the beginning of every hard drive, use "Reserved BIOS boot area" on GPT-partitioned disks (typical with 2 GByte disks or bigger) or just "Unused" on DOS-type partition tables. By tradition I reserve 10 MByte on each disk, maybe 1 MByte would be sufficient as well, but these 9 MByte of difference don't cost that much and you're on the safe side ....
 
* Create a second partition on every disk - for use by MD - allocating all the remaining disk space
 
* Create a second partition on every disk - for use by MD - allocating all the remaining disk space
* Create an MD RAID5 over all the 'second' partitions for use by LVM
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* MD RAID5 over all the 'second' partitions for use by LVM - '''8 TB''' usable space
* Create a LVM volume group on top of the MD physical volume
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* LVM volume group on top of the MD physical volume
* Create volumes "boot" (256 MByte, Ext2, /boot/), "root" (20 GByte, XFS, /root/), "swap" (8 GByte), "var" (20 GByte, XFS, /var/)
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* Volumes
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** "boot" (256 MByte, Ext2, /boot/),  
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** "root" (20 GByte, XFS, /root/),  
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** "swap" (8 GByte),  
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** "var" (20 GByte, XFS, /var/)
 
* Install the base operating system, don't forget to set up SSH  ;-)
 
* Install the base operating system, don't forget to set up SSH  ;-)
* Add volumes "backup" (2 TByte, XFS, /backup/), "mirror" (1 TByte, XFS, /mirror/)
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* Volumes
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** "backup" (2 TByte, XFS, /backup/),  
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** "mirror" (1 TByte, XFS, /mirror/)
  
 
=== Bacula ===
 
=== Bacula ===
Configuration as of June, 2011
 
 
A Full copy is made every Sat. with incremental backups nightly.
 
 
This consists of the following directories:
 
    File = /boot
 
    File = /etc
 
    File = /var/www
 
    File = /osgeo
 
    File = /var/lib/mysql
 
    File = /var/lib/postgresql
 
    File = /var/lib/dpkg
 
    File = /var/lib/aptitude/pkgstates
 
From each of the following machines:
 
* wiki,secure,web,webextra,backup,qgis,projects,adhoc
 
 
Trac currently gets trac_backup.zip which is generated during the daily backup cycle
 
 
==== Administration ====
 
General configuration is managed in /etc/bacula/bacula-dir.conf.
 
 
To review the backups and perform a restore you can use the [http://www.bacula.org/5.2.x-manuals/en/console/console/index.html bconsole application]:
 
  sudo bconsole
 
 
Specific configuration of the file/tape storage is in the Storage director /etc/bacula/bacula-sd.conf
 
* Bacula uses the hard drive as a series of Tape drives.
 
* Each Volume is a predetermined size (~500MB currently), when a volume fills bacula makes the next one.
 
* Volumes older than a certain date or when volume increments have reach a configured maximum can be recycled into the available disk pool.
 
  
==== Recovery ====
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See [[SAC:Bacula]]
* If you use bconsole to recover data bacula does the work of finding the files you want and pulling them out of the various volumes.
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* Directory for recovered files is set in the bacula-dir.conf under:
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Job {
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  Name = "RestoreFiles"
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  Type = Restore
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  Client = backup.osgeo.osuosl.org-fd
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  FileSet = "Full Set"
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  Storage = File
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  Pool = Default
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  Messages = Standard
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  Where = /tmp/bacula-restores
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}
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* Directions for [http://www.bacula.org/5.0.x-manuals/en/main/main/Restore_Command.html how to restore]
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sudo bconsole
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*restore
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Then follow the prompts, using the above linked guide to help find the files you want.
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== osgeo1 (primary peer1 host) ==
 
== osgeo1 (primary peer1 host) ==

Latest revision as of 15:06, 15 April 2019

Backups

backup.osgeo.org (aka osgeo5, mirror)

This was the OSUOSL VM used for backups starting in 2010/04 and is now upgraded to dedicated hardware (very) early in 2014. It is used for Bacula backups of OSU OSL VMs and Rsync backups of the public space at "download.osgeo.org".

  • Admins: Frank Warmerdam (rsync), Martin Spott (bacula), Sandro Santilli (bacula)
  • access is via SAC shell group.
  • download.osgeo.org rsync mirroring runs nightly and is externally available at download2.osgeo.org.
  • /backup/bacula/ contains the Bacula storage device
  • /backup/rsync/ is for rsync backups
  • /backup/longterm/ is for long term backups of static material (ie conference web sites)
  • /backup/pgdump/ contains PostgreSQL dumps of the Bacula director database
  • /etc/bacula contains Bacula configuration, is under local git repo

Hardware

CPU: Intel Xeon E3-1220v2, 3.1GHz (4-Core, 8MB Cache, 69W) 22nm
RAM: 16GB (2 x 8GB DDR3-1600 ECC Unbuffered 2R DIMMs) Operating at 1600 MT/s Max
NIC: Two Gigabit Ethernet Controllers (Intel 82574L) - Integrated
Management: Integrated IPMI 2.0 & KVM with Dedicated LAN
Controller: 2 Ports 6Gb/s SATA, and 4 Ports 3Gb/s SATA via Intel C216 Chipset
PCIe 3.0 x16: No Item Selected
PCIe 2.0 x4 (x8): No Item Selected
NOTE: Drives will be connected to onboard SATA controller unless otherwise specified
Hot-Swap Drive - 1: 3TB Seagate Constellation ES.3 (6Gb/s, 7.2K RPM, 128MB Cache) 3.5-inch SATA
Hot-Swap Drive - 2: 3TB Seagate Constellation ES.3 (6Gb/s, 7.2K RPM, 128MB Cache) 3.5-inch SATA
Hot-Swap Drive - 3: 3TB Seagate Constellation ES.3 (6Gb/s, 7.2K RPM, 128MB Cache) 3.5-inch SATA
Hot-Swap Drive - 4: 3TB Seagate Constellation ES.3 (6Gb/s, 7.2K RPM, 128MB Cache) 3.5-inch SATA
Optical Drive: Blanking Panel, No Optical Drive
Front Input: Blanking Panel - No Front Inputs
Power Supply: Redundant 500W Power Supply with PMBus - 80 PLUS Platinum Certified
Rail Kit: 1U Sliding Rail Kit
OS: No Item Selected
Warranty: Standard 3-Year Warranty
Notes:
New quote with redundant power supply. Can I get a 2.5 inch spinning
disk instead of SSD in the Front Input slot (500 GB Seagate
Constellation 6 GB/s 2.5")?

OS installation

  • Create an empty partition at the beginning of every hard drive, use "Reserved BIOS boot area" on GPT-partitioned disks (typical with 2 GByte disks or bigger) or just "Unused" on DOS-type partition tables. By tradition I reserve 10 MByte on each disk, maybe 1 MByte would be sufficient as well, but these 9 MByte of difference don't cost that much and you're on the safe side ....
  • Create a second partition on every disk - for use by MD - allocating all the remaining disk space
  • MD RAID5 over all the 'second' partitions for use by LVM - 8 TB usable space
  • LVM volume group on top of the MD physical volume
  • Volumes
    • "boot" (256 MByte, Ext2, /boot/),
    • "root" (20 GByte, XFS, /root/),
    • "swap" (8 GByte),
    • "var" (20 GByte, XFS, /var/)
  • Install the base operating system, don't forget to set up SSH  ;-)
  • Volumes
    • "backup" (2 TByte, XFS, /backup/),
    • "mirror" (1 TByte, XFS, /mirror/)

Bacula

See SAC:Bacula

osgeo1 (primary peer1 host)

current cron jobs for backups

/etc/cron.d/backup.cron

#### Backup cron jobs 
# min hour day month dayofweek user command
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# 2am: Daily rsync to /home/back
05 2 * * * root /root/scripts/daily.sh
# Every 3 hours 
# /etc/mysql-zrm
#33 */3 * * * root /usr/bin/rsync -a --delete /etc/mysql-zrm/ /home/back/etc/mysql-zrm/
# /var/lib/mysql-zrm
#34 */3 * * * root /usr/bin/rsync -a --delete /var/lib/mysql-zrm/ /home/back/mysql-zrm/
# call backup_trac_svn.sh to backup 
# subversion /var/www/svn/repos
# trac /var/www/trac
45 */3 * * * root /root/scripts/backup_svn_incremental.sh
#45 */3 * * * root /root/scripts/trac_backup.pl
#45 */3 * * * root /root/scripts/backup_trac_svn.sh
# Thisdoes some hourly drupal/mysql optimization
39 * * * * root /root/scripts/drupal_cron.sh

backup script are in /root/scripts

osgeo3 & osgeo4

See: Infrastructure Transition Plan 2010

download.osgeo.org

As noted in Download Server the contents of download.osgeo.org are rsync'ed to osgeo2.

ProjectsVM

Bacula - we need details.

??? How does it work?

svn.osgeo.org

As noted in Subversion the subversion repository is mirrored using svn mirroring and does not need to be backed up otherwise.