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Pimcore Backup + Sync

recently-reviewed

last reviewed: 17.08.2020

General Tools

Author:

Blackbit

Version

v1.2.6

Last updated

Contact

info@blackbit.de

Issues

https://github.com/BlackbitDigitalCommerce/pimcore-backup/issues

1  Reviewer

reviewed on 17.08.2020

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Pimcore Backup + Sync

General Tools

Project Summary

Create optimized backups without unnecessary files and tables and restore them + Sync Pimcore systems with a single command


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Pimcore Backup and Sync Bundle

This plugin adds 3 commands to bin/console:

  • backup:backup backups all necessary files and a database dump to a file
  • backup:restore restores Pimcore status based on a previously saved backup
  • backup:sync copy database and files between two Pimcore systems (e.g. to sync development from live system)

Backup

It is important to backup files and database at nearly the same point in time because some database entries refer to files (e.g. versions) and some files refer to database columns (e.g. data object fields). Thus the backup of the files and the database are done in parallel.

Restorable data and logs do not get included in the dump to keep file sizes small.

Storage configuration

Multiple storage providers are supported (local storage, FTP, S3, Azure, Dropbox etc.). To configure the location of backups you have to add a service definition to your app/config/services.yml

Example for local storage (path should be adjusted):

services:
    blackbit.backup.adapter:
        class: League\Flysystem\Local\LocalFilesystemAdapter
        arguments:
            $location: '/tmp'

Example for AWS S3 storage:

services:
    blackbit.backup.s3Client:
        class: Aws\S3\S3Client
        arguments:
            - {
                credentials:
                    key: your-key
                    secret: your-secret
                region: your-region
                version: latest
            }

    blackbit.backup.adapter:
        class: League\Flysystem\AwsS3V3\AwsS3V3Adapter
        arguments: ['@blackbit.backup.s3Client', 'your-bucket-name', 'optional/path/prefix']

Please also see the documentation for other configuration options.

Compatibility with Flysystem 1

You can still use this bundle with Flysystem 1 if you cannot use Flysystem 2 because of another dependency which needs Flysystem 1. In this case please add the following configuration in your app/config/services.yml:

services:
    blackbit.backup.adapter:
        class: League\Flysystem\Adapter\Local
        arguments: ['/tmp']

Or adjust this for other Flysystem adapters.

Backup execution

Backups should be saved regularly. When you call bin/console backup:backup without parameter the backup archive file gets named backup_pimcore-YYYYMMDDhhmm.tar.gz (YYYYMMDDhhmm gets replaced by current date and time). Alternatively you can set the name yourself by providing an argument like bin/console backup:backup backup.tar.gz. This plugin does not care about deleting old backups, so keep an eye on available disk space.

If you only want to backup th database, you can use the option --only-database. The advantage in comparison to a default mysqldump command execution is that certain unimportant, automatically recreatable or temporary database tables are not written to the dump which results in smaller file size without any disadvantages.

If you do not need versioning data, you can use the option --skip-versions. If you do not need assets, you can use the option --skip-assets.

Restore

Backups can be restored by executing bin/console backup:restore <filename>. It uses the same storage configuration as described above.

When you try to restore the database and get the error ERROR 1419 (HY000): You do not have the SUPER privilege and binary logging is enabled (you *might* want to use the less safe log_bin_trust_function_creators variable) please enable log_bin_trust_function_creators in the MySQL settings. This message appears when recreating triggers, functions etc. (even although the bundle removes the definers from the database dump).

Sync between Pimcore systems

When you want to sync a Pimcore system with another Pimcore system you can use the backup:sync command (to be executed from the target system). You have to provide an SSH handle to the source system and the Pimcore root directory path of the remote Pimcore system and it will sync the database, the files while keeping the current configuration in /app/config.

Example call: bin/console backup:sync user@hostname /var/www/html

For this to work source and target system have to have this bundle installed.

Trigger backup / sync from Pimcore backend

In combination with the Process Manager bundle you are able to trigger a backup, restore or sync with another Pimcore system directly from the Pimcore backend.

Customization

If you want to execute project-specific things, you can use this with an event listener. The following events get dispatched:

  • backup.restore.stepFinished - gets dispatched after every step during backup:restore and backup:sync command
  • backup.restore.finished - gets dispatched after complete backup:restore and backup:sync commands are finished

About Blackbit

Beside of this Pimcore plugin Blackbit also offers other bundles, individual development, consulting and hosting for your Pimcore project.

Review status

recently-reviewed

last reviewed: 17.08.2020

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Author:

Blackbit

Version

v1.2.6

Last updated

Contact

info@blackbit.de

Issues

https://github.com/BlackbitDigitalCommerce/pimcore-backup/issues

1  Reviewer

reviewed on 17.08.2020

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