[FX.php List] [OFF] Automated back up for wide variety of web
jschwartz at exit445.com
Sat Feb 6 11:22:25 MST 2010
Thanks for the suggestion.
Actually I found YummyFTP to fit my needs beautifully. It has a built
So far, it's been a dream to set up and use.
>Using Transmit (panic.com) and Automator you can sync via ftp on a
>schedule, maybe that'll work for you.
>On Feb 5, 2010, at 3:03 PM, Jonathan Schwartz wrote:
>> Hi Folks,
>> I'm scratching my head for a single solution that will help
>>maintain current backup of all my remote web site projects. The
>>web sites are in various different environments:
>> - OS X server environment that I control (I have this
>>covered with retrospect server)
>> - OS X server environment with FTP access only
>> - Windows server environment with FTP access only
>> - Linux server environment with FTP access only
>> While I can manage my own servers, it is the ones that I do not
>>control that are the challenge.
>> My only tool that serves all these environments is Dreamweaver's
>>Synchronize but it is not automated. My primary development tool is
>>BBEdit. I also use Interarchy for FTP.
>> I read about rsync as a good tool, but I don't believe this
>>applies to Windows server where accessis limited.
>> For reference, my primary goal is provide a safety net for clients
>>who might get in a bind after trashing their web site. While the
>>remote sites might offer back/recovery, this is not to be relied
>> Thanks for the help.
>> Jonathan Schwartz
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>> jonathan at exit445.com
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