Jumat, 16 Agustus 2019

MySQL Backup Script sent mail , S3 and ftp

  Tidak ada komentar
MySQL Backup
#! /bin/bash

# Ameir Abdeldayem
# http://www.ameir.net
# You are free to modify and distribute this code,
# so long as you keep my name and URL in it.

#----------------------Start of Script------------------#

function die () {
  echo >&2 "[email protected]"
  exit 1
}

CONFIG=${1:-`dirname $0`/backupmysql.conf}
[ -f "$CONFIG" ] && . "$CONFIG" || die "Could not load configuration file ${CONFIG}!"

# check of the backup directory exists
# if not, create it
if  [ ! -d $BACKDIR ]; then
  echo -n "Creating $BACKDIR..."
  mkdir -p $BACKDIR
  echo "done!"
fi

for KEY in "${!DBHOST[@]}"; do
  echo "Backing up MySQL database on ${DBHOST[$KEY]}..."

  if [ -z "${DBNAMES[$KEY]}" ]; then
    echo -n "Creating list of all your databases..."
    DBS=`mysql -h ${DBHOST[$KEY]} --user=${DBUSER[$KEY]} --password=${DBPASS[$KEY]} -Bse "show databases;"`
    echo "done!"
  else
    DBS=${DBNAMES[$KEY]}
  fi

  # filter out the tables to backup
  if [ -n "${DBTABLES[$KEY]}" ]; then
    if  [ ${DBTABLESMATCH[$KEY]} = "exclude" ]; then
      TABLES=''
      for table in ${DBTABLES[$KEY]}; do
        TABLES="$TABLES --ignore-table=$table "
      done
    else
      TABLES=${DBTABLES[$KEY]}
    fi
  fi

  for database in $DBS; do
    echo -n "Backing up database $database..."
    test ${DBHOST[$KEY]} = "localhost" && SERVER=`hostname -f` || SERVER=${DBHOST[$KEY]}
    mysqldump --host ${DBHOST[$KEY]} --port ${DBPORT[$KEY]} --user=${DBUSER[$KEY]} --password=${DBPASS[$KEY]} \
      ${DBOPTIONS[$KEY]} $database $TABLES > $BACKDIR/$SERVER-$database-$DATE-mysqlbackup.sql
    $COMPRESSION_COMMAND $BACKDIR/$SERVER-$database-$DATE-mysqlbackup.sql
    echo "done!"
  done
done

# if you have the mail program 'mutt' installed on
# your server, this script will have mutt attach the backup
# and send it to the email addresses in $EMAILS

if  [ $MAIL = "y" ]; then
  BODY="Your backup is ready! Find more useful scripts and info at http://www.ameir.net. \n\n"
  BODY=$BODY`cd $BACKDIR; for file in *$DATE-mysqlbackup.sql.$COMPRESSION_EXTENSION; do md5sum ${file};  done`
  ATTACH=`for file in $BACKDIR/*$DATE-mysqlbackup.sql.$COMPRESSION_EXTENSION; do echo -n "-a ${file} ";  done`
  echo -e "$BODY" | mutt -s "$SUBJECT" $ATTACH -- $EMAILS
  if [[ $? -ne 0 ]]; then
    echo -e "ERROR:  Your backup could not be emailed to you! \n";
  else
    echo -e "Your backup has been emailed to you! \n"
  fi
fi
if  [ $DELETE = "y" ]; then
  OLDDBS=`cd $BACKDIR; find . -name "*-mysqlbackup.sql.$COMPRESSION_EXTENSION" -mtime +$DAYS`
  REMOVE=`for file in $OLDDBS; do echo -n -e "delete ${file}\n"; done` # will be used in FTP
  cd $BACKDIR; for file in $OLDDBS; do rm -v ${file}; done
  if  [ $DAYS = "1" ]; then
    echo "Yesterday's backup has been deleted."
  else
    echo "The backups from $DAYS days ago and earlier have been deleted."
  fi
fi
if  [ $DUPLICITY = "y" ]; then
  duplicity full --progress $DUPLICITY_OPTIONS $BACKDIR $DUPLICITY_TARGET_URL
fi
if  [ $S3_UPLOAD = "y" ]; then
  aws $AWS_CLI_OPTIONS s3 sync $BACKDIR s3://$S3_PATH $S3_OPTIONS
fi
if  [ $FTP = "y" ]; then
  echo "Initiating FTP connection..."
  cd $BACKDIR
  ATTACH=`for file in *$DATE-mysqlbackup.sql.$COMPRESSION_EXTENSION; do echo -n -e "put ${file}\n"; done`
  for KEY in "${!FTPHOST[@]}"; do
    echo -e "\nConnecting to ${FTPHOST[$KEY]} with user ${FTPUSER[$KEY]}..."
    ftp -nvp <<EOF
    open ${FTPHOST[$KEY]} ${FTPPORT[$KEY]}
    user ${FTPUSER[$KEY]} ${FTPPASS[$KEY]}
    tick
    mkdir ${FTPDIR[$KEY]}
    cd ${FTPDIR[$KEY]}
    $REMOVE
    $ATTACH
    quit
EOF
  done
  echo -e  "FTP transfer complete! \n"
fi
echo "Your backup is complete!"
MySQL Backup Config
# Ameir Abdeldayem
# http://www.ameir.net
# You are free to modify and distribute this code,
# so long as you keep my name and URL in it.

# your MySQL server's name
SERVER=`hostname -f`

# directory to backup to
BACKDIR=~/backups/mysql

# date format that is appended to filename
DATE=`date -u +'%F-%T'`

#----------------------MySQL Settings--------------------#

DBNAMES[0]="db1 db2" # databases you want to backup, separated by a space; leave empty to backup all databases on this host
DBUSER[0]="root"  # MySQL username
DBPASS[0]="password"  # MySQL password
DBHOST[0]="localhost"  # your MySQL server's location (IP address is best)
DBPORT[0]="3306"  # MySQL port
DBTABLES[0]="db1.table1 db1.table2 db2.table1" # tables you want to backup or exclude, separated by a space; leave empty to back up all tables
DBTABLESMATCH[0]="include" # include will backup ONLY the tables in DBTABLES, exclude will backup all tables BUT those in DBTABLES
DBOPTIONS[0]="--quick --single-transaction"

#----------------------Mail Settings--------------------#

# set to 'y' if you'd like to be emailed the backup (requires mutt)
MAIL=n

# email addresses to send backups to, separated by a space
EMAILS="[email protected] [email protected]"

SUBJECT="MySQL backup on $SERVER ($DATE)"

#----------------------Duplicity Settings--------------------#

DUPLICITY=n
DUPLICITY_OPTIONS="--no-encryption -v8 --s3-use-new-style"
DUPLICITY_TARGET_URL="s3+http://my-backups/db/"

#----------------------S3 Settings--------------------#

S3_UPLOAD=n
S3_PATH="my-backups/db/"
S3_OPTIONS=""
AWS_CLI_OPTIONS="--region us-east-1"

#----------------------FTP Settings--------------------#

# set "FTP=y" if you want to enable FTP backups
FTP=n

# FTP server settings; group each remote server using arrays
# you can have unlimited remote FTP servers
FTPHOST[0]="ftphost"
FTPUSER[0]="username"
FTPPASS[0]="password"
FTPDIR[0]="backups"
FTPPORT[0]="21"

# directory to backup to; if it doesn't exist, file will be uploaded to
# first logged-in directory; the array indices correspond to the FTP info above

#-------------------Deletion Settings-------------------#

# delete old files?
DELETE=n

# how many days of backups do you want to keep?
DAYS=30

#-------------------Compression Settings-------------------#

COMPRESSION_COMMAND="gzip -f -9"
COMPRESSION_EXTENSION="gz"
#----------------------End of Settings------------------#

Tidak ada komentar :

Posting Komentar