Commit 0fb6b899 authored by clewsy's avatar clewsy

Archived inactive and redundant scripts.

parent c6be16df
# scripts
bu.sh - Uses rsync to back up files and directories listed in a specified file to a remote server. Falls back to scp if rsync is not installed.
grab.sh - Uses rsync (to allow resume after interruption) to download a specified file from a remote server.
## active:
chuck.sh - Very similar to grab.sh, but used to upload to the remote server.
bu.sh - Uses rsync to back up files and directories listed in a specified file to a remote server. Falls back to scp if rsync is not installed.
stuff.sh - Pulls and lists a bunch of useful (to me) info about the host (hardware, disks/mounts, OS, network).
......@@ -24,8 +22,14 @@ pong.sh - Runs through a list of servers, pings each once for a second then retu
whodis.sh - Grabs the contents of the /tmp/dhcp.leases file on a remote router, pretties it up and prints it to stdout.
cal_backup.sh - Generates an \*.ics file from a nextcloud calendar and archives it. Intended to be used as a cronjob.
roll_out.sh - Attempt to copy a specified file/directory to a destination (relative to home directory) on a list of remote hosts.
nc_backup.sh - A script to create a local backup of a nextcloud instance including the database, data files and config files. To be called as a cronjob. (A separate cronjob on a remote system syncs this local backup to create a remote backup.)
## archived:
grab.sh - Uses rsync (to allow resume after interruption) to download a specified file from a remote server. No longer used.
chuck.sh - Very similar to grab.sh, but used to upload to the remote server. No longer used.
cal_backup.sh - Generates an \*.ics file from a nextcloud calendar and archives it. Intended to be used as a cronjob. No longer used since moving nextcloud to a docker container.
nc_backup.sh - A script to create a local backup of a nextcloud instance including the database, data files and config files. To be called as a cronjob. (A separate cronjob on a remote system syncs this local backup to create a remote backup.) No longer used since moving nextcloud to a docker container.
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