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Solaris 11 Zone Backup

Posted 11-30-2012 at 05:13 AM by routers

need to have 2 file chmod 755
1) bakzone.sh <- use to backup
2) restzone.sh <- use to restore (verify line ZDIR )

the zone must be shutdown before run backup
take a look at the path in the scripts to suite the need. for me, all my zone in /export/zones/
so i place this 2 scripts in this folder , work perfectly

usage:
Code:
root@sol-11:/export/zones# ls
bakzone.sh                    restzone.sh                                                                             
readme-backup                 sol-11dev
so i want to backup sol-11dev zone

Code:
root@sol-11:/export/zones# ./bakzone.sh sol-11dev $(pwd)
its create file.gz and to restore
Code:
root@sol-11:/export/zones# ./restzone.sh sol-11dev.Nov30_1533.cpio.gz
so the code is here

1) bakzone.sh

Code:
#
# bakzone.sh sol-11dev $(pwd)
#
# backup zone

TIME=`date '+%b%d_%H%M'`
# backup speed, -1 fast, -9 small, "" default
BAKLVL="-1"

if [ -n "$1" -a -f /etc/zones/$1.xml -a -d "$2" ]
then
ZONE=$1
BAKDIR=$2

ZP=`zonecfg -z $1 info zonepath|awk '{print $2}'`
echo "Backing up $ZONE:$ZP"
date
find /etc/zones/$ZONE.xml $ZP -print |egrep -v '(/root/proc/|/root/tmp/)' |
cpio -ocC 262144 2>$BAKDIR/$1.$TIME.log | time gzip -f "$BAKLVL" >$BAKDIR/$1.$TIME.cpio.gz
else
date
echo "Usage: bakzone.sh <zonename> <backup directory>"
fi
and the restzone.sh

Code:
#
# restzone.sh file.cpio.gz
#

if [ -n "$1" -a -f "$1" ]
then
BAKDIR=`pwd`
ZONE=`echo $1|cut -f1 -d\.`
echo "Restoring zone $ZONE ..."
date
cd /
time gzip -dc $BAKDIR/$1 | cpio -icdumC 262144
RES=$?
date
if [ "$RES" -eq 0 ]
then
ZDIR=/export/zones/$ZONE

if ! grep "^$ZONE:" /etc/zones/index >/dev/null
then
echo "$ZONE:installed:$ZDIR" >>/etc/zones/index
fi

fi
else
echo "Backup file $1 not found!"
fi
origin: http://osdir.com/ml/solaris.opensola.../msg00142.html
i only change the path and gzip -f , w/o -f not work for me
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