Automatic backup of installation when I star the container of BlueSpice in Docker

Hello.
I have the last docker official version of BlueSpice.

Normally, when I have to stop the container, and I see the logs, I found:

“Old installation detected! Moving old installation to /data/backups/20240131110346”
“Extracting the new BlueSpice”

How can I control this process? Yesterday I find, all the images had disappear. I had to retrieve the images of the backup’s folder and to restore it.

Thanks in advance.

Hello Fernando,
cnce you have installed the Docker, you must copy the files/folders manually. There is no control process.

It is important to exercise caution to avoid overwriting important files or damaging the system. It is also recommended to create regular backups of important data to avoid data loss.

The backup and restore should not have any overall effect on the wiki as it is for safeguarding the wiki in case something goes wrong during the container restart or wiki update. The images should also be preserved as they are then restored after the backup as you can see from the “restore-wiki-data.sh” script


In addition if you read the README.md, you can configure the number of backups you want in the .env file, however the minimum number is right now set to 5
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Hello jas.

Thanks for you respond. I have two questions about it.

1º) I don’t find the route that you show at my docker installation

/includes/install-scripts/…

I have a volume with the content of ‘data’ folder, but I haven’t a folder called install-scripts as subfolder of /data/www/bluespice/w/includes

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  1. Every time I do a “docker compose down” and “docker compose up -d”, in the process I get a backup. Is this the normal procedure?

Thanks in advance