Hi @Roman Tyschenko ,
You can find a bash script to automatically backup Confluence at the below url:
However, as mentioned in the How to Automate Backups for JIRA Cloud applications KB page:
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I hope this helps.
Hi @Dario B I attempted using one of your backup scripts in GitBash but it just seems to timeout endlessly.
I am using the API token to authenticate and it seems to get through all the commands ok but then just endlessly runs the sleep command. Any help would be appreciated to getting an automated backup of Confluence running.
Hi @Seth A Dowd ,
Please notice that, at this current point in time, I don't even know which one of the scripts you are using so it is a bit difficult to try to help.
However, if you are using GitBash I assume you are running the Bash script in Windows, but if that's the case why don't you just run the powershell ones?
I am saying this because I don't know GitBash at all and I am not sure it can run the bash scripts without issues.
In the same repository you also have python and powershell scripts that you can use. Have you tried them? Do they all fail as well?
Please provide more details on this issue.
If you use the powershell script instead, and you are stuck in an endless loop, this seems to be a known issue:
As written in there, please refer to below community thread for a working version of the script:
We at Rewind are considering building automated backups for Confluence and Jira Could. You’ll be able to backup and restore your Confluence workspace.
I’m wondering is it what you want to see in Confluence automated backups? I would love to hear from you!
If you're interested in joining our waitlist, feel free to register https://rewind.com/products/backups/confluence/
@diego As mentioned in:
Automatic backup scheduling IS on our list, although not in the very first horizon, as we are looking to completely overhaul the backup/restore experience. Especially for those that have very large datasets. With that said, there will be a mechanism available to automate this yourself, until we build that functionality into the UI.
Click the link, click Send request to join, and we should get you in within 24 hours to review our strategy and provide feedback as we go.
Then, if you visit the link, you can see that we already released Backup for Confluence under Early Access Program and are on the way to releasing Backup for Jira.
For further details see:
Hi everyone, We’re always looking at how to improve Confluence and customer feedback plays an important role in making sure we're investing in the areas that will bring the most value to the most c...
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