I ran a wikifarm in a way that I couldn't easily save out individual wikae. Also, I
wanted to ensure that I understood how to do it without shell access, so I could explain
it to other folks.
I do server-image backups, so I didn't use it for backups, just creating dumps that
others could use. I ran the scripts on a schedule, manually (set on my calendar, I think
it was on the tenth of each month).
I don't do this anymore, getting out of the wiki farm game, but I hope it is helpful
in your endeavours. ^_^
On Fri, Nov 15, 2013 at 09:54:33AM +0100, Federico Leva (Nemo) wrote:
マイキ, 14/11/2013 05:50:
is nice software, even pulls down files. Useful for a few things, but archiving is the
So you find it more convenient than the faster server-side scripts?
However it doesn't run itself on its own: do you run it periodically
with a cronjob and then also use uploader.py to save the archives on
, or what else?