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pleskbackup limit amount of backups in repository

Discussion in 'Plesk 9.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by UweP, Sep 24, 2010.

  1. UweP

    UweP Regular Pleskian

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    Hi :)

    I have another question. How can I limit the number of backups kept in the server repository using the cli and pleskbackup?
    Currently I have the following: /opt/psa/bin/pleskbackup --server --suspend

    But I also need to limit the number of backups in the server repository. How can I do this? I don't want to manually delete backups in the server repository every day.

    Thanks, Uwe
     
  2. UweP

    UweP Regular Pleskian

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    Please click one of the Quick Reply icons in the posts above to activate Quick Reply.A
     
  3. UweP

    UweP Regular Pleskian

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    nevermind I got help from someone in #plesk on freenode. it seems like this isn't possible with pleskbackup.
     
  4. Jeff (YaBB World)

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    of course you can. I use it. My is set to 7 to keep 7 backups for a week. After this the first backup will delete automatic when create the 8th backup.
     

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  5. UweP

    UweP Regular Pleskian

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    thanks I know that it works within the plesk panel. but there is a command line tool called pleskbackup with which this doesn't work, this is what I meant.
     
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