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Solution Open Source in Backup and Restore, for Docker Container in the Cloud Providers!
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Helicopterizer

Solution Open Source in Backup and Restore, for Docker Container in the Cloud Providers!









Backup and Restore for Docker Container

Solution Open Source in Backup and Restore, for Docker Container in the Cloud Providers!

Usage:

docker run -d [Environment Variables] [-v|--volumes-from] frekele/helicopterizer [backup|restore] [--tarball|--sync]

Use Stable Branch for (Production)

docker run -d frekele/helicopterizer:stable

Master Branch for (Development)

docker run -d frekele/helicopterizer:latest
# or
docker run -d frekele/helicopterizer

Specific Tag Version

docker run -d frekele/helicopterizer:v0.2.1

Cloud Storage Provider Supported:

Provider Variable Value Supported
Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) AWS yes
Microsoft Azure Storage AZURE no - Planned for the future
Google Cloud Storage GOOGLE no - Planned for the future
Rackspace Storage RACKSPACE no - Planned for the future
IBM SoftLayer Storage SOFTLAYER no - Planned for the future
Oracle Cloud Storage ORACLE no - Planned for the future
OpenStack Swift Storage (Open source) OPENSTACK no - Planned for the future
Minio Storage (Open source) MINIO no - Planned for the future

Environment Variables:

Variable Name Default Action Required Option Description
STORAGE_PROVIDER null backup, restore yes tarball, sync Provider name (AWS, AZURE, GOOGLE ...)
DATA_PATH /data/ backup, restore no tarball, sync Data path : /data/(your files)
DATA_PATH_EXCLUDE null backup no tarball Exclude file from data path (comma-separated)
CRON_SCHEDULE null backup, restore no tarball, sync Cron Job Scheduler, Eg: '/15 *' run every 15 minutes
BACKUP_PREFIX null backup, restore no tarball Default name schema: $(BACKUP_PREFIX)$(BACKUP_VERSION).tar.gz
BACKUP_NAME null backup, restore no tarball If defined the name shcema is: $(BACKUP_NAME).tar.gz
GZIP_COMPRESSION true backup, restore no tarball Boolean to indicate the compression of the file .tar to .tar.gz
CLEAN_DATA_BEFORE_RESTORE false restore no tarball, sync Clear the data directory before the restore
BACKUP_VERSION null restore yes tarball Backup version using: $(BACKUP_VERSION).tar.gz

Environment Variables for AWS S3:

Variable Name Default Action Required Option Description
AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID null backup, restore yes tarball, sync AWS access key. Eg: AKRJPMI3QYCARJCRF4VF
AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY null backup, restore yes tarball, sync AWS secret key. Eg: VCsrO7aVulGuiUdXbS31jtQA4iRTVgi4scftJAJr
AWS_S3_BUCKET_NAME null backup, restore yes tarball, sync S3 bucket name. Eg: s3://my-bucket-backup/
AWS_S3_BUCKET_CREATE false backup no tarball, sync Boolean to indicate if we create the bucket (if not exists)
AWS_S3_PATH / backup, restore no tarball, sync Relative path for bucket S3. Eg: (AWS_S3_BUCKET_NAME)/jenkins/
AWS_DEFAULT_REGION us-east-1 backup, restore no tarball, sync Default region bucket. Eg: (sa-east-1)
AWS_S3_OPTIONS null backup, restore no tarball, sync AWS S3 options parameters. See in AWS CLI S3

AWS S3 Regions:

Region Name Description the Region
us-east-1 US East (Virginia)
us-west-1 US West (N. California)
us-west-2 US West (Oregon)
eu-west-1 EU West (Ireland)
eu-central-1 EU Central (Frankfurt)
ap-northeast-1 Asia Pacific (Tokyo)
ap-northeast-2 Asia Pacific (Seoul)
ap-southeast-1 Asia Pacific (Singapore)
ap-southeast-2 Asia Pacific (Sydney)
sa-east-1 South America (Sao Paulo)
us-gov-west-1 US GovCloud West (Oregon)

Usage Examples:

Run Backup with tarball:

docker run --rm \
-e STORAGE_PROVIDER=AWS \
-e AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID=XXXXXXXXXXXXX \
-e AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX \
-e AWS_S3_BUCKET_NAME=s3://my-bucket-backup/ \
-v /some/dir/jenkins-data:/data:ro \
helicopterizer backup --tarball

Run Backup with sync filesystem:

docker run --rm \
-e STORAGE_PROVIDER=AWS \
-e AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID=XXXXXXXXXXXXX \
-e AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX \
-e AWS_S3_BUCKET_NAME=s3://my-bucket-backup/ \
-v /some/dir/jenkins-data:/data:ro \
helicopterizer backup --sync

Use ':ro' to mount the volumes in read-only mode.

Run Restore with tarball:

docker run --rm \
-e STORAGE_PROVIDER=AWS \
-e AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID=XXXXXXXXXXXXX \
-e AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX \
-e AWS_S3_BUCKET_NAME=s3://my-bucket-backup/ \
-e BACKUP_VERSION='2016-05-04T01:34:20Z' \
-v /some/dir/jenkins-data:/data:rw \
helicopterizer restore --tarball

Run Restore with sync filesystem:

docker run --rm \
-e STORAGE_PROVIDER=AWS \
-e AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID=XXXXXXXXXXXXX \
-e AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX \
-e AWS_S3_BUCKET_NAME=s3://my-bucket-backup/ \
-e BACKUP_VERSION='2016-05-04T01:34:20Z' \
-v /some/dir/jenkins-data:/data:rw \
helicopterizer restore  --sync

Use ':rw' to mount the volumes in read-write mode.

Run [Backup|Restore] with environment file:

touch ~/helicopterizer.conf
##################################
# Set Your Environment Variables:
##################################
STORAGE_PROVIDER=AWS
BACKUP_NAME=my-backup-name
DATA_PATH=/data/
GZIP_COMPRESSION=true
CLEAN_DATA_BEFORE_RESTORE=false
BACKUP_VERSION=date-time-z
AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID=XXXXXXXXXXXXX
AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
AWS_S3_BUCKET_NAME=s3://my-bucket-backup/
AWS_S3_PATH=/
AWS_DEFAULT_REGION=us-east-1
AWS_S3_OPTIONS=
##################################
.
docker run --rm \
--env-file ~/helicopterizer.conf \
-v /some/dir/jenkins-data:/data \
helicopterizer [backup|restore] [--tarball|--sync]

Run [Backup|Restore] with data volume container:

docker run --rm \
........
-e DATA_PATH=/var/jenkins_home/ \
--volumes-from jenkins-data \
helicopterizer [backup|restore] [--tarball|--sync]

Run [Backup|Restore] with Cron Job Scheduler (System Timezone is UTC):

docker run -d \
........
-e CRON_SCHEDULE='30 4 * * *' \
helicopterizer [backup|restore] [--tarball|--sync]

#####################################################
######### Examples Cron Job Scheduler Usage #########
############## System Timezone is UTC ###############
#####################################################
- CRON_SCHEDULE='30 4 * * *' - Runs every day at 04:30;
- CRON_SCHEDULE='*/15 * * * *' - Runs every 15 Minutes;
- CRON_SCHEDULE='0 */5 * * *' - Runs every 5 Hours;
- CRON_SCHEDULE='0 */12 * * *' - Runs every 12 Hours;
- CRON_SCHEDULE='0 */32 * * *' - Runs every 32 Hours;
- CRON_SCHEDULE='0 0 */2 * *' - Runs every 2 Days;
- CRON_SCHEDULE='0 0 */7 * *' - Runs every 7 Days;
- CRON_SCHEDULE='0 0 0 */2 *' - Runs every 2 Months;
- CRON_SCHEDULE='@monthly' - Run once a Month, the same as: '0 0 1 * *';
- CRON_SCHEDULE='@weekly' - Run once a Week, the same as: '0 0 * * 0';
- CRON_SCHEDULE='@daily' - Run once a Day, the same as: '0 0 * * *';
- CRON_SCHEDULE='@midnight' - Run once a Day, the same as: '0 0 * * *' and @daily;
- CRON_SCHEDULE='@hourly' - Run once a Hour, the same as: '0 * * * *';

More info to usage: Cron Wiki.

Run [Backup|Restore] with prefix name $(BACKUP_NAME)-$(BACKUP_VERSION).tar.gz:

docker run --rm \
........
-e BACKUP_NAME=my-backup-name \
helicopterizer [backup|restore] --tarball

Run [Backup|Restore] without gzip compression:

docker run --rm \
........
-e GZIP_COMPRESSION=false \
helicopterizer [backup|restore] --tarball

Run [Backup|Restore] with bucket creation (if NoSuchBucket):

docker run --rm \
........
-e AWS_S3_BUCKET_CREATE=true \
helicopterizer [backup|restore] --tarball

Run With clean the date before the restore:

[Be careful here, you will lose all your data inside DATA_PATH directory].

docker run --rm \
........
-e CLEAN_DATA_BEFORE_RESTORE=true \
helicopterizer restore [--tarball|--sync]

Run [Backup|Restore] with other data path:

docker run --rm \
........
-e DATA_PATH=/var/jenkins_home/ \
-v /some/dir/jenkins-data:/var/jenkins_home \
helicopterizer [backup|restore] [--tarball|--sync]

Run [Backup] with other data path & exclude jenkins workspace:

docker run --rm \
........
-e DATA_PATH=/var/jenkins_home/ \
-e DATA_PATH_EXCLUDE=workspace \
-v /some/dir/jenkins-data:/var/jenkins_home \
helicopterizer [backup|restore] [--tarball|--sync]

Run [Backup|Restore] with other AWS Region:

docker run --rm \
........
-e AWS_DEFAULT_REGION=sa-east-1 \
helicopterizer [backup|restore] [--tarball|--sync]

Run [Backup|Restore] with subdirectories in AWS S3:

docker run --rm \
........
-e AWS_S3_PATH=/project-alpha/nexus/ \
helicopterizer [backup|restore] [--tarball|--sync]

Run [Backup|Restore] with Options AWS CLI S3:

docker run --rm \
........
-e AWS_S3_OPTIONS='--delete' \
helicopterizer [backup|restore] [--tarball|--sync]

Working with Persistent Data:

There are two general approaches to handling persistent storage requirements with Docker.
See Managing Data in Containers for additional information.

Data volume container

Use a data volume container. Since data volumes are persistent until no containers use them, a container can created specifically for this purpose.

Example with Jenkins:

docker run -d --name jenkins-data jenkinsci/jenkins:2.0 echo "data-only container for Jenkins"
docker run -d -p 8080:8080 -p 50000:50000 --name jenkins --volumes-from jenkins-data jenkinsci/jenkins:2.0

Example with Nexus:

docker run -d --name nexus-data sonatype/nexus3 echo "data-only container for Nexus"
docker run -d -p 8081:8081 --name nexus --volumes-from nexus-data sonatype/nexus3

Data volume

Mount a host directory as the volume. This is not portable, as it relies on the directory existing with correct permissions on the host.
However it can be useful in certain situations where this volume needs to be assigned to certain specific underlying storage.

Example with Jenkins:

mkdir /some/dir/jenkins-data && chown -R 1000:1000 /some/dir/jenkins-data
docker run -d -p 8080:8080 -p 50000:50000 --name jenkins -v /some/dir/jenkins-data:/var/jenkins_home jenkinsci/jenkins

# or

docker volume create --name jenkins-data
docker run -d -p 8080:8080 -p 50000:50000 --name jenkins -v jenkins-data:/var/jenkins_home jenkinsci/jenkins

Example with Nexus:

mkdir /some/dir/nexus-data && chown -R 200 /some/dir/nexus-data
docker run -d -p 8081:8081 --name nexus -v /some/dir/nexus-data:/nexus-data sonatype/nexus3

# or

docker volume create --name nexus-data
docker run -d -p 8081:8081 --name nexus -v nexus-data:/nexus-data sonatype/nexus3

Building:

Build with the usual

docker build -t helicopterizer .

Tests are written using bats under the tests dir

bats tests

License:

Helicopterizer is licensed under the MIT License. The terms of the license are as follows:

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2016 Leandro Kersting de Freitas

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all
copies or substantial portions of the Software.

THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE
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