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Automating backup for MongoDB using CRON and S3CMD

, 19 Feb 2013 CPOL 15.5K 3
This paper attempts to pass all the steps to create an automated backup for a MongoDB Server on a Linux Server where all backups are sent to Amazon AWS S3 service scheduled through crontab.

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9 - publicly available No 7-May-13 10:32 Available Sean Ewington
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8 No 19-Feb-13 13:19 Available Smitha Vijayan
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7 No 19-Feb-13 12:28 Pending Lazaro Lima
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1 No 18-Feb-13 16:47 Pending Lazaro Lima
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Lazaro Lima
Architect America-NET Ltda.
Brazil Brazil
Lazaro is a brazilian software architect, live in São Paulo, focusing on web development, NoSql and agile practices for startups.

In his personal life he is a part time runner, speaker, amateur astronomer, gamer and an absorbing knowledge ambulant.

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