Can you please setup backup for albatross?
I gave sudo permissions to the "jafo" user, which has the key email@example.com authorized.
I think the policy now is that root logins to albatross are not allowed. So what might work is this:
Create an rsyncbackup user, and give it sudo permission to run rsync (any command line arguments). Put your backup pubkey into rsyncbackup's authorized_keys.
Could that actually work?
albatross admins: would that be an acceptable setup?
As for volumes to backup: I think /srv needs regular backup. Not sure about any of the others (and neither sure what your current strategy is wrt. volumes on the other machines). Compared to /srv, everything else is peanuts, anyway.
P.S. I have removed ~root/.ssh/authorized_keys. It only contained my key, and root logins are disallowed, anyway.
P.P.S. You can stop doing regular backups to bag. I think we should keep the machine one for a little while, then turn it off and keep it around for a further while, and then return it to XS4ALL; making a complete dump before returning it.
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Martin> As for volumes to backup: I think /srv needs regular backup. Martin> Not sure about any of the others ....
Backup of /usr/local/spambayes-corpus would be very helpful.