Backup all repositories on a Self-Hosted Jira and/or BitBucket Server

  2019-08-30


Here’s a bash script which will back up all repositories on a self hosted Jira and BitBucket server

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#!/bin/bash

FTPSERVER=backup-server-ip-or-hostname FTPUSER=ftpusername FTPPASS=ftppassword DAY=</span>date +%A<span style="color: #4070a0">

ftp -4vpn $FTPSERVER <<ENDFOO user $FTPUSER $FTPPASS prompt mdelete $DAY* quit ENDFOO

cd /tmp

echo "Backing up yesterdays Jira backups" # Back up yesterday's Jira backups for i in $(ls -1 /var/atlassian/application-data/jira/export | grep </span>date -d yesterday +%Y-%b-%d<span style="color: #4070a0">); do ftp -4vpn $FTPSERVER <<ENDFOO user $FTPUSER $FTPPASS put /var/atlassian/application-data/jira/export/$i $i prompt mdelete date -d &quot;last month&quot; +%Y-%b-%d quit ENDFOO done

echo "Backing up today's backup" for i in $(ls -1 /var/atlassian/application-data/jira/export | grep </span>date +%Y-%b-%d<span style="color: #4070a0">); do ftp -4vpn $FTPSERVER <<ENDFOO user $FTPUSER $FTPPASS put /var/atlassian/application-data/jira/export/$i $i quit ENDFOO done

echo "Backing up Jira attachments"

tar -czf /tmp/$DAY-var-atlassian-application-data-jira-data.tgz /var/atlassian/application-data/jira/data ftp -4vpn $FTPSERVER <<ENDFOO user $FTPUSER $FTPPASS put /tmp/$DAY-var-atlassian-application-dara-jira-data.tgz $DAY-var-atlassian-application-dara-jira-data.tgz quit ENDFOO rm -f /tmp/$DAY-var-atlassian-application-dara-jira-data.tgz ##### # # Back up all repos # ##### for i in </span>curl -q https://**BitbucketServer**/rest/api/1.0/repos<span style="color: #4070a0; font-weight: bold">\?</span>limit<span style="color: #4070a0; font-weight: bold">\=</span>2000 | grep -Eo <span style="color: #4070a0">&quot;(http|https)://[a-zA-Z0-9./[email protected]=_-]*&quot;</span> | grep git<span style="color: #4070a0">; do i=</span><span style="color: #007020">echo</span> <span style="color: #bb60d5">$i</span> | sed <span style="color: #4070a0">&quot;s/[email protected]//g&quot; echo $i PROJECT=</span><span style="color: #007020">echo</span> <span style="color: #bb60d5">$i</span> | cut -d/ -f5<span style="color: #4070a0"> REPO=</span><span style="color: #007020">echo</span> <span style="color: #bb60d5">$i</span> | cut -d/ -f6<span style="color: #4070a0"> echo "Backing up $REPO from project $PROJECT" git clone –bare "$i" /tmp/$REPO && tar -czf "/tmp/$DAY-$PROJECT_$REPO.tar.gz" "/tmp/$REPO" >/dev/null if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then echo -e "Subject: FAILED BACKUP\n\n$PROJECT_$REPO failed backup" | sendmail [email protected] else ftp -4vpn $FTPSERVER <<ENDFOO user $FTPUSER $FTPPASS put /tmp/$DAY-$PROJECT_$REPO.tar.gz $DAY-$PROJECT*$REPO.tar.gz quit ENDFOO rm -fr /tmp/$REPO rm -f /tmp/$DAY-$PROJECT*$REPO.tar.gz fi done