This documentation is here to help you to set your backup up. Be careful with this, it’s just a guide and you will probably want to backup more things
If you installed Tuleap on a virtual environment and you are able to use snapshots, the simplest backup solution is to suspend tuleap services and then make a snapshot. Otherwise here are some tips to backup your Tuleap infrastructure:
Depending on services you use, you will want to stop them before the backup (It should guarantee you a consistent backup):
On CentOS/RHEL 7:
$ systemctl stop nginx $ systemctl stop httpd $ systemctl stop tuleap $ su - gitolite -c "gitolite writable @all off 'Backup in progress'"
On CentOS/RHEL 6:
$ service nginx stop $ service httpd stop $ service tuleap stop $ su - gitolite -c "gitolite writable @all off 'Backup in progress'"
Don’t forget to restart services once the backup is done.
Tuleap main database is “tuleap”, but additionnal databases can be used for plugins. To show them use:
$ mysql -u codendiadm -p -e "show databases;"
Use mysqldump to backup all databases. You can also write a script to backup each database independently:
$ mysqldump -u codendiadm -p --all-databases > mybackup.sql
You need to save the following directories (be careful, you need to preserve the correct rights on files):
As only data were backed up, you first need a Tuleap server to restore them. It can be your old server or a new server you have just installed following the installation guide. Then you will need to:
- suspend all services
- restore databases
- restore directories
- run a forge upgrade
/usr/lib/forgeupgrade/bin/forgeupgrade --config=/etc/tuleap/forgeupgrade/config.ini update