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I did a first pass at creating a backup process for gerrit.ovirt.org
Right now it uses rsync on /usr/local/src/git to a remote directory at
So that's my hacky process and bash script to start. Very open to
One I'm not clear on is what we really need backed up from
gerrit.ovirt.org? I'd like us to get /etc in a private git repo, maybe
we just do that as a single repo that we distribute across all hosts'
/root directories? Should we also be using git for backing up the git
repo - so have gerrit-backup on the remote host pull changes instead
of pushing a directory structure via rsync?
Itamar mentions that we need to backup the Gerrit DB, which I'll work
on next. I reckon that's a combination of a dump of the database and
rsyncing the results to the remote host?
- - Karsten
name: Karsten 'quaid' Wade, Sr. Community Architect
team: Red Hat Community Architecture & Leadership
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