Backup2Novell (v2.0)

Summary: Backup2Novell automates the process of archiving a folder or file, and then adding it to a specific folder on a Novell server. It uses 7zip for Unix for it’s archives.

Requirements:

  • ncpfs
  • p7zip

Code:

#!/bin/bash

##By Blake Johnson

USERNAME="USERNAME" ##Novell Username (this is case sensative to whatever the mounted directory will use.)
CONTEXT="something.something" ##Novell Context w/ out beginning dot.
PASSWORD="PASSWORD" ##Novell Password

BACKUPNAME="public_html" ##This must not contain any special characters.
BACKUPSOURCE="${HOME}/public_html/" ##What file or folder would you like to back up?

SERVERNAME="SERVERNAME" ##The name of the remote Novell server.
SERVERADDRESS="SERVERIP" ##The address of the remote Novell server.

MOUNTDIRECTORY="${HOME}/mnt/MOUNTPOINT" ##The directory where you want to mount the Novell share.

BACKUPHOME="${MOUNTDIRECTORY}/STAFF/USERS/Folders/${USERNAME}" ##Directory where you are first able to write.
BACKUPFILENAME="${BACKUPNAME}.`date +%Y%m%d`.7z" ##This must not contain any special characters.
BACKUPDESTINATION="${MOUNTDIRECTORY}/Folders/${USERNAME}/.backup/${BACKUPNAME}" ##Where should the backup file be placed?

##Write Date & Time to Log File
echo "-------------------------------------" > ~/.Backup2Novell.log
echo "`date +%B %d, %Y`" >> ~/.Backup2Novell.log
echo "-------------------------------------" >> ~/.Backup2Novell.log

echo -n "Checking if the ncpfs package is installed... "
if [ -x /usr/bin/ncpmount ] ; then
	echo -e "33[1;32mOK!"
	echo -e "33[0m"

	##Log in to Novell Share and mount it.
	echo -n "Mounting Novell Share... "
	echo "ncpmount -S ${SERVERNAME} -A ${SERVERADDRESS} -U ${USERNAME}.${CONTEXT} -P ${PASSWORD} ${MOUNTDIRECTORY}" >> ${HOME}/.Backup2Novell.log
	ncpmount -S ${SERVERNAME} -A ${SERVERADDRESS} -U ${USERNAME}.${CONTEXT} -P ${PASSWORD} ${MOUNTDIRECTORY} >> ${HOME}/.Backup2Novell.log

	##Check to see if userfolder exists.
	if [ -d ${BACKUPHOME} ] ; then

		echo -e "33[1;32mOK!"
		echo -e "33[0m"
		echo "Backing up ${BACKUPSOURCE}"
		echo "Please Wait..."

		##Compress and archive backup source and send it to the Novell Folder.
		echo "7z a "${BACKUPDESTINATION}/${BACKUPFILENAME}" "${BACKUPSOURCE}" >> ${HOME}/.Backup2Novell.log" >>  ${HOME}/.Backup2Novell.log
		7z a "${BACKUPDESTINATION}/${BACKUPFILENAME}" "${BACKUPSOURCE}" >> ${HOME}/.Backup2Novell.log

		##Check to see if the file was written.
		if [ -e "${BACKUPDESTINATION}/${BACKUPFILENAME}" ] ; then
			echo -e "~/public_html Backup 33[1;32mSuccessful"
			echo -e "33[0m"
		else
			echo -e "~/public_html Backup 33[1;31mFailed"
			echo -e "33[0mUnable to write to destination"
		fi

		##Unmount and log out of the Novell share.
		echo -n "Unmounting Novell Share... "
		echo "ncpumount ${MOUNTDIRECTORY}" >> ${HOME}/.Backup2Novell.log
		ncpumount ${MOUNTDIRECTORY} >> ${HOME}/.Backup2Novell.log

		if [ -d ${BACKUPHOME} ] ; then
			echo -e "33[1;31mFailed!"
			echo -e "33[0m"
		else
			echo -e "33[1;32mOK!"
			echo -e "33[0m"
		fi

	else
		echo -e "33[1;31mFailed!"
		echo -e "33[0m"
	fi

else
	echo -e "33[1;31mFailed."
	echo -e "33[0mYou must install the ncpfs package in order for this script to work."
	echo
fi

echo "This script will self-destruct in 5 seconds."
sleep 5s

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