[CalendarServer-users] backing up calendar server
scott at trevithick.ca
Sun Aug 26 18:54:38 PDT 2012
What version would you recommend, Glyph?
On 12-08-26 04:44 PM, Glyph wrote:
> In that case, yes, just make copies of that directory.
> Of course, you have to make sure that extended attributes are copied correctly, and that is left as an exercise for the reader.
> If you're setting up a new calendar server though, you really shouldn't be using a version that's that old. I realize Debian has been slow to catch up with recent versions but there are new packages in the pipeline now. (Hopefully the Debian maintainer will pipe up.)
> On Aug 25, 2012, at 8:37 PM, Scott Trevithick <scott at trevithick.ca> wrote:
>> according to apt-get I am using
>> Version: 2.4.dfsg-6
>> I installed the version in the Debian Squeeze repository.
>> On 12-08-25 10:55 PM, Glyph wrote:
>>> On Aug 25, 2012, at 3:03 PM, Scott Trevithick <scott at trevithick.ca> wrote:
>>>> Hello folks,
>>>> I am setting up a calendar server on debian for an org with about 40 users. Is there any documentation on how to do backups and restores of the calendar server's data.
>>>> I can easily enough make copies of /var/spool/caldavd, but I'm wondering if there is more to it than that to do a proper restore.
>>> What version of Calendar Server are you setting up?
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