Installer crashplan sur un serveur dédié

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Installer crashplan sur un serveur dédié.

 

Installer crashplan sur un serveur dédié

Téléchargez l’archive

wget http://download.code42.com/installs/linux/install/CrashPlan/CrashPlan_3.6.3_Linux.tgz

 

Décompressez la

tar -zxvf CrashPlan_3.6.3_Linux.tgz

 

Lancez le script d’installation (en root)

cd CrashPlan-install/
sudo ./install.sh

 

Acceptez la licence et laissez les paramètres par défaut

Welcome to the CrashPlan Installer.

Press enter to continue with installation.

Validating environment...
  detected root permissions
No Java VM could be found in your path
Would you like to download the JRE and dedicate it to CrashPlan? (y/n) [y]
  jre will be downloaded

You must review and agree to the EULA before installation.

Press enter to read the EULA.
CODE 42 END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR CONSUMER CRASHPLAN PRO SERVER
====================================================================

IMPORTANT:
PLEASE READ THIS END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT CAREFULLY.   YOU WILL HAVE
ACCEPTED THIS END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT IF YOU: 1) DOWNLOAD, INSTALL,
ACTIVATE, OR USE CODE 42 CRASHPLAN SOFTWARE OR DATA HOSTING SERVICES; OR 2)
CLICK THE "I ACCEPT" BUTTON ASSOCIATED WITH THIS END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT.

This End User License Agreement ("Agreement") is a legal agreement between
you, the customer, and Code 42 Software, a Minnesota company ("Code 42")
regarding the purchase, use, and installation of Code 42's CrashPlan
Software and/or Data Hosting Services (hereinafter collectively the "Code 42
Products").  In this Agreement, "you" and "your" refer to you, the customer,
and his or her agents, and "we", "us" and "our" refer collectively to Code
42.

CODE 42 IS WILLING TO ALLOW THE SALE AND USE OF THE CODE 42 PRODUCTS TO YOU
ONLY UPON THE CONDITION THAT YOU ACCEPT ALL OF THE TERMS CONTAINED IN THIS
LICENSE AGREEMENT.  BY ACCEPTING THIS AGREEMENT YOU ARE BINDING YOURSELF TO
THIS AGREEMENT. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO ALL OF THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT,
THEN CODE 42 IS UNWILLING TO ALLOW THE SALE AND USE OF THE CODE 42 PRODUCTS
TO YOU AND YOU MUST (A) NOT DOWNLOAD, INSTALL, ACTIVATE, OR USE THE
CRASHPLAN SOFTWARE OR DATA HOSTING SERVICES, AND (B) YOU MAY RETURN THE
CRASHPLAN SOFTWARE FOR A FULL REFUND OF ITS PURCHASE PRICE.  YOUR RIGHT TO
RETURN AND A REFUND FOR THE CRASHPLAN SOFTWARE EXPIRES 30 DAYS AFTER ITS
PURCHASE, AND APPLIES ONLY IF YOU ARE THE ORIGINAL END USER PURCHASER.
IF YOU ARE UNDER 14 YEARS OF AGE, YOU MAY NOT PURCHASE OR USE THE CODE 42
PRODUCTS.  IF YOU ARE BETWEEN THE AGES OF 14 AND 17 YEARS OF AGE YOU MAY
ONLY PURCHASE AND USE THE CODE 42 PRODUCTS AFTER RECIVING PRIOR CONSENT FROM
YOUR PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS.

ANY PURCHASE OR USE OF ANY CODE 42 PRODUCTS WITHOUT AGREEING TO THE TERMS OF
THIS AGREEMENT IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED.

Code 42 makes no representations that the Code 42 Products are appropriate
for use in other locations outside of the United States.  If you use the
Code 42 Products in or from other locations you are responsible for
compliance with applicable laws.

1. DESCRIPTION OF CODE 42 PRODUCTS.
Throughout this Agreement, the following descriptions shall apply.  More
detailed information regarding these Code 42 Products can be found at
http://www.crashplan.com.

a. "CrashPlan" is the CrashPlan software program that allows you to backup
your data once a day to Code 42 using Code 42's Data Hosting Services and/or
other storage devices that: 1) are running any form of the CrashPlan
Software; 2) have given you permission to backup to that device; and 3) are
in a functional state and condition appropriate for receiving and storing
your data (e.g., powered on, connected to the Internet, containing
appropriate storage space, etc.).  CrashPlan does not allow for real-time

Do you accept and agree to be bound by the EULA? (yes/no) yes

What directory do you wish to install CrashPlan to? [/usr/local/crashplan]
/usr/local/crashplan does not exist.  Create /usr/local/crashplan? (y/n) [y]

What directory do you wish to link the CrashPlan executable to? [/usr/local/bin]

What directory do you wish to store backups in? [/usr/local/var/crashplan]
/usr/local/var/crashplan does not exist.  Create /usr/local/var/crashplan? (y/n) [y]

What directory contains your SYSV init scripts? [/etc/init.d]

What directory contains your runlevel init links? [/etc/rc.d]
/etc/rc.d does not exist.  Create /etc/rc.d? (y/n) [y]

Your selections:
CrashPlan will install to: /usr/local/crashplan
And put links to binaries in: /usr/local/bin
And store datas in: /usr/local/var/crashplan
Your init.d dir is: /etc/init.d
Your current runlevel directory is: /etc/rc.d

Is this correct? (y/n) [y] y

    downloading the JRE using wget
--2014-05-11 11:49:11--  http://download.code42.com/installs/proserver/jre/jre-7u45-linux-x64.tgz
Résolution de download.code42.com (download.code42.com)... 216.17.8.19
Connexion vers download.code42.com (download.code42.com)|216.17.8.19|:80...connecté.
requête HTTP transmise, en attente de la réponse...301 Moved Permanently
Emplacement: http://download2.us.code42.com/installs/proserver/jre/jre-7u45-linux-x64.tgz [suivant]
--2014-05-11 11:49:11--  http://download2.us.code42.com/installs/proserver/jre/jre-7u45-linux-x64.tgz
Résolution de download2.us.code42.com (download2.us.code42.com)... 216.17.8.57
Connexion vers download2.us.code42.com (download2.us.code42.com)|216.17.8.57|:80...connecté.
requête HTTP transmise, en attente de la réponse...200 OK
Longueur: 46843538 (45M) [application/octet-stream]
Sauvegarde en : «jre-7u45-linux-x64.tgz»

100%[=====================================================================================>] 46 843 538   576K/s   ds 87s

2014-05-11 11:50:39 (523 KB/s) - «jre-7u45-linux-x64.tgz» sauvegardé [46843538/46843538]

Java Installed.
Unpacking /root/CrashPlan-install/./CrashPlan_3.6.3.cpi ...
49036 blocs
Starting CrashPlan Engine ... Using standard startup
OK

CrashPlan has been installed and the Service has been started automatically.

Press Enter to complete installation.

Important directories:
  Installation:
    /usr/local/crashplan
  Logs:
    /usr/local/crashplan/log
  Default archive location:
    /usr/local/var/crashplan

Start Scripts:
  sudo /usr/local/crashplan/bin/CrashPlanEngine start|stop
  /usr/local/crashplan/bin/CrashPlanDesktop

You can run the CrashPlan Desktop UI locally as your own user or connect
a remote Desktop UI to this Service via port-forwarding and manage it
remotely. Instructions for remote management are in the readme files
placed in your installation directory:
  /usr/local/crashplan/doc


To start the Desktop UI:
  /usr/local/bin/CrashPlanDesktop

Installation is complete. Thank you for installing CrashPlan for Linux.

 

 

Accéder a l’interface graphique a distance

Même si votre serveur ne dispose pas d’environnement graphique vous pouvez accéder a l’interface graphique de Crasplan, il vous faudra pour cela configurer un tunnel dans votre client SSH.

La GUI se connecte sur le port 4200 de la machine client ⇒ le client SSH fait la liaison entre le port 4200 local et le port 4243 sur le serveur distant ⇒ le service crashplan écoute sur le port 4243 sur le serveur distant.
Voici comment configurer votre connexion ssh

Installer crashplan sur un serveur dédié

 

Et configurez le tunnel de la manière suivante

Installer crashplan sur un serveur dédié

 

Modifier la configuration de la GUI dans C:Program FilesCrashPlanconfui.properties, modifier l’option suivante :

servicePort=4200

 

Lancez votre connexion ssh puis Crashplan Desktop vous devriez voir apparaître une fenêtre vous demandant de vous loguer sur votre compte Crashplan

 

 

Améliorer les performances de Crashplan

Si vous souhaitez augmenter la mémoire utilisee par Java pour accelerer le process de sauvegarde il vous faudra modifier le fichier de configuration de crashplan

Commencez par stopper le service Crashplan

cd /usr/local/crashplan/bin/
sudo ./CrashPlanEngine stop

 

Ensuite ouvrez le fichier de configuration pour modifier la variable -Xmx1024m dans la premiere ligne SRV_JAVA_OPTS*.

nano run.conf

 

Puis redémarrez le Crashplan

sudo ./CrashPlanEngine start

 

* La documentation de Crashplan conseille d’allouer 1GB de memoire par TB a sauvegarder