|Subject:||[rdiff-backup-users] how to push rdiff-backup|
|Date:||Fri, 9 Mar 2012 19:07:32 -0800|
|I'm a little perplexed. My scenario is that I have data loggers in the field, each with a 3g usb modem on board. I want to have the data loggers rdiff back to my server on amazon ec2 - or to push the backup. My data loggers have dynamic ip addresses and the telco company keeps them hidden. In other words I can't have my backup amazon ec2 server poll my data logger. Again, the need to push the backup. I'm not really finding any information on how to accomplish this. |
I tried something like:
rdiff-backup --remote-schema 'ssh -i /home/ubuntu/id_rsa.pem %s rdiff-backup –-server’ /home/ubuntu/data/ firstname.lastname@example.org::/home/fielddata/data/
This won't work as it complains about incorrect switches.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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