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Sunday, 17 June 2018


Simple & Open Source Server Backups (Continuous Data Protection)

About is a backup script designed for Linux Server backups. is released under GNU GPL v2. By downloading, using and editing you must agree to the terms set forth in the license provided.


  • Web Based Administration Panel
    • Add Backup Servers
    • Add Backup Jobs
    • Add Users
    • Add ACL's
    • View Backups
    • Download Backups
    • Restore Backups
    • Session security (IP Check + inactivity timeout)
  • Json Flat File Database (no MySQL database involved)
  • Backups ran using cron
  • Server authentication using password or RSA key
  • Email notifications (sendmail / SMTP)
  • Backup rotation / auto delete
  • Full Backups
  • Incremental Backups
  • MySQL Backups
  • OpenVZ Node Backups
  • cPanel Account Backups
  • 2-Factor Authentication (Google Authenticator)
  • Backup Encryption (AES-256/GPG)
  • User accounts / ACL's


You may use one of the following commands to install on your storage/backup server. The backup server has to be running CentOS/Debian/Ubuntu, but the server(s) to be backed up may run any linux distrubution.
/usr/bin/env bash <((wget -qO -
/usr/bin/env bash <((curl -sL
If your backup server is running a distribution other than the ones above or you do not want to use Apache, you may install manually using the wiki guide here
The latest version available can be found here. The change log is available here

System/Software Requirements

  • Backup Server (the server to store all backups)
    • Minimal / Fresh OS Installation
    • Linux
  • Host Server (the server to be backed up)
    • File
      • SSH + SFTP
      • tar
      • 99% of servers meet this requirement
    • MySQL
      • MySQL 5
    • OpenVZ
      • SSH + SFTP
      • vzdump
      • lvm2
      • It is recommended that /vz is a logical volume

For more information about, please visit our wiki at Please report any bugs that you have found here We no longer maintain a change log, however you may look at the release notes for changes.


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