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Re: [rdiff-backup-users] Rdiff-backup over FTP

From: Gregy
Subject: Re: [rdiff-backup-users] Rdiff-backup over FTP
Date: Thu, 7 May 2009 13:35:14 +0200

I use rdiff-backup under one user "backup". I use ssh keys and in
front of the key i put rdiff-backup --server --restrict ..etc That
ensures that if you log-in with specific key you are restricted to
rdiff-backup and one particular directory..sample below. To answer
your question..you can login without password by using ssh key.

command="cd /mnt/raid/Backup/ && rdiff-backup --server --restrict
John/",no-port-forwarding,no-X11-forwarding,no-pty ssh-rsa

2009/5/7 Chencho <address@hidden>:
> The server is actually my hosting server; i have access to shell as root.
> The users accounts will be made by me directly into the server by ssh or
> plesk.
> Normally, i have this:
> I have a domain called remotlybackups.com (not true).
> When a user paid, i made a subdomain, for example:
> user1.remotlybackups.com
> Then i made the user "user1" with password "pw1", and he/she have access to
> /var/www/vhosts/remotlybackups.com/subdomains/user1
> Now i copy the files into httpsdocs/backup from each user.
> Actually is not 100% true, because i put the server in his/her office and
> configure ssh and crontab to make it without user activity.
> I'm not sure to install samba into my hosting server, but sounds an
> alternative.
> BTW, if i set the user shell to rdiff-backup --server... i'm not sure how
> can i logging to it "without" password prompt form Windows app.
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