I have some questions regarding Bitbucket server backup client, these are as follows
Hi Yogesh, find below the answer to your questions:
1. In short, using the Backup client is safer and less time consuming than doing it manually.The Backup Client backs up all the following data:
The backup does NOT include the following files and directories:
log/*(except for the audit logs)
shared/data/db*(HSQL data in the DB is backed up, but the files on disk are not)
pluginsdirectory (except for the
2. Yes, the instructions are provided at Restoring Bitbucket Server.
3. You should only need to create a bare mirror of the git repository. This will backup in full the git repository. To do that:
git clone --mirror
Then you can do a git remote update every hour to get updates. You don't have to move the 120GB every 2-3 hours.
4. What do you mean by resync from one server to another? Are you referring to a mirror? The mirrors automatically keep all repositories hosted on them in sync with the primary Bitbucket instance. Mirrors can be configured to mirror all repositories in all projects from their primary Bitbucket instance, or a selection of projects configured by an administrator. For more information you can read Smart mirroring.
Hope that helps :)
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