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AhsayOBM v6.29.0.0

backup agent for connecting to an AhsayOBSR

How to use

  1. Create a user account with a backupset and a schedule with your OBSR.
  2. Set the "run backup on computers named:" to * or give the docker
    container a --hostname and use that
  3. Choose your encryption (see Setting Encryption below)
  4. Run: docker run -e USERNAME=jeffre -e PASSWORD=secretpassword -e -e BSET-1498585537118=PKCS7Padding,AES-256,ECB,SuperStrongSecretString --hostname=docker-obm yoff/obm

Available environment variables

  • USERNAME* - OBSR username
  • PASSWORD* - OBSR password
  • PROTO - [http|https]
  • SERVER* - OBSR address
  • BSET-{BACKUPSETID} - (required) see "Setting Encryption" below
  • ENABLE_AUA - if set to TRUE, will run AUA daemon. Be aware, AUA doesnt not
    automatically restart after an update.

* = required

Setting Encryption

Using an OBSR provided backupset id, you can formulate an
environment variable that specifies how OBM will encrypt your data. The format is:

  • BSID-{BACKUPSETID}=PKCS7Padding,{Algorithm}-{Bits},{Mode},{Key}.

The available choices for the encryption attributes are:

  • PKCS7Padding: PKCS7Padding
  • Algorithms: AES, Twofish, TripleDES, ""         # An empty string implies no encryption
  • Bits: 128, 256
  • Modes: ECB, CBC
  • Key: {any string of your choosing}

Encryption Examples

  • Strong Encryption: BSET-1498585537118=PKCS7Padding,AES-256,ECB,ElevenFoughtConstructionFavorite
  • No Encryption: BSET-1468557583616=PKCS7Padding,-256,,


  • Application home: /obm/
  • User Config: /root/.obm/


  • is prevented from daemonizing.
  • java-x86 and obc_help.pdf have been removed to reduce bloat.
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