Backs up assets and database, and copies them somewhere safe.
* Julian Smith <[email protected]>
Transfer Silverstripe database and asset backups to your S3 bucket
* SilverStripe 3.* * Silverstripe Backup (forked from DarrenInwood)
composer require spark-green/silverstripe-aws-s3-backup dev-master
You will need to create a new Amazon IAM user that has access to your S3 container.
If you don't have a user, you can use these instructions
We now to give that user access to your S3 buckets
Go back to IAM Users and click on your new user
Go to Permissions and add the following policy:
Lastly, go to S3 and create a bucket, and add that bucket name to the Settings > AWSBackup tab in your Silverstripe installation
You should now be able to test transferring files to your S3 bucket.
Add to your cron as the web user
[WEBROOT]/framework/sake dev/tasks/S3Backup >> /tmp/S3Backup.log
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