V13 - Stefanos Harhalakis
vbackup is a modular program that performs easy system backups. It can be extended by user scripts and can be fully configured to fit a system needs. vbackup can be customized to perform full or incremental backups where they are supported.
vbackups consists of a set of scripts (modules) that handle various aspects of a backup. Currently it supports:
It can store the backups to a local or a remote NFS partition that may be mounted on-demand. It can also use scp to copy files to a remote host.
All of vbackup behaviour can be fully extended and other methods can be easily added. Customized backup steps are also possible using the exec plugin.
A configuration wizard is included to ease first time configuration.
Debian users: vbackup is included in debian. You can install it using:
apt-get install vbackup
Be sure to include a "testing" source in sources.list and run:
Vbackup's source code can be found at https://github.com/sharhalakis/vbackup
Full vbackup documentation can be found at http://vbackup.readthedocs.org