#!/bin/bash
# Shell script to backup directories from Linux server to Windows 2000/NT Server.
# Run it as follows
# Scriptname /home backup abc123 //server2000/backup
# Backup /home directory from Linux box  to NT/2000 box called
# 'server2000' in share called '/backup' with username
# 'backup' and password 'abc123'
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# This is a free shell script under GNU GPL version 2.0 or above
# Copyright (C) 2005 nixCraft project
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# This script is part of nixCraft 
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shell script collection (NSSC) # Visit http://bash.cyberciti.biz/ for more information. # ------------------------------------------------------------------------- # backup what? FROM=$1 # NT Connection Info # # NT Username NTUSER=$2 # NT Password NTPASSWD=$3 # NT ShareName i.e //server/backup etc NTSHARE="$4" # BackUpDir Name BACKDIR="$(hostname -s)" # Local mount point MNT="/mnt/smbbox" # Get date and time NOW=$(date +"%m-%d-%Y-%I_%M%P") # backup file name BAKFILE="backup.$NOW.tar.gz" if [ "$#" != "4" ]; then echo "Syntax:" echo "$(basename $0) {Linux-directory} {NTusername} {NTpassword} {//NTserver/share-name}" exit 1 fi # make sure $from do exits if [ ! -d $FROM ]; then echo "Backup source directory \"$FROM\" does NOT exist" exit 2 fi #Create tar to backup first tar -czf /tmp/$BAKFILE $FROM #Mount the smb to /mnt [ ! -d $MNT ] && mkdir -p $MNT || : mount -t smbfs -o username=$NTUSER,password=$NTPASSWD $NTSHARE $MNT [ ! -d $MNT/$BACKDIR ] && mkdir -p $MNT/$BACKDIR || : # Copy new tar to ntbox cp /tmp/$BAKFILE $MNT/$BACKDIR # Send sync aka force to write data before issuing umount sync # issue umount umount $MNT