1.3 adds the ability to do incremental and full backups (increments are based off the full backup) as well as added support for easily identifying hosts/backup jobs.
* Added MySQL support for logging.
* Cleaned up Email Notifications.
* Fixed null additions and whitespace issue.
* Installer [install.php], fills in most config fields automagically for you.
* Configurable log size rotation.
* Updated PID check, now relies on Unix::PID. cleanliness.
* RSYNC STDERR now redirected for email notifications.
Fixes, added SQL logging support, some new graphics, etc. Expect it by the weekend.
Hopefully the next few releases will include:
* Minimal restore capability.
* Expanded options (as we lack many still)
* Configurability of email to be per task, or per entire backup execution.
* Configuration of Cron jobs, and automatic insertion.
I plan to incrementally add functionality, but I've got a lot of projects at work/on the side, along with our new born baby boy [noah!] to balance, so no promises on when they're added
Backup Monitor 1.1.0 has been released, this has the addition of a web interface. Originally BackupMon and the interface were seperate packages, they are now bundled together in 1.1.0 making this installation somewhat easier.
This interface enables administrators to modify, add, and delete backup tasks carried out by the BackupMon scripts.
This aims to make remote backups with Rsync across multiple servers, or file systems configurable in seconds.
Began a quick little web interface to be used in the configuration of backupmon, simplifying the setup process even further. Database logging/configuration is on hold until completion.
I wrote a different type of rsync backup handler previous to this, and it was purely to SQL logging -- I'll probably add SQL reporting shortly, for those of you who aren't keen on email reports.
backupmon-1.0.0-alpha has been released, it's ``semi-stable''. :P