That did it for the Backups. They are named just like you described. :biggrin.gif:
Well done. And thank you so much for taking the time to edit it for me.
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Jan 19, 2011I think you have something there.Posted in: Server Support and Administration
For the backups I do drop them on to a Samba share that I can see from my windows box. And when I ran a ls -la on the dir.. the names were correct.
That's good.. and bad.. :tongue.gif:
The other script I used (http://www.minecraftwiki.net/wiki/Server_startup_script) was creating readable file names. Do you see something in there that is different?
What did you change in the most recent script? I have to edit each dir line for every new one. :smile.gif: Would be quicker to just update the line(s) that you updated.
I will take a look thru it though. I might see the ones changed for c10t.
Thanks again for you help.
Ok, The c10t worked. Updated no problem.. I deleted the /c10t and everything. Thanks !!
Jan 19, 2011aaw. ok.. yes I have the x86 ver of Ubuntu.Posted in: Server Support and Administration
As for my directory structure:
Here are some examples (copy/pasted from my script)
USER_NAME=drock LOCATION="/home/$USER_NAME/Desktop/MinecraftServer" WORLDS_LOCATION="$LOCATION/worlds" WORLDS_CONF="$LOCATION/worlds.conf" BACKUP_LOCATION="/media/data/Share/1mc_backup"
And my backups end up looking like:
But within those .gz files are the correct files.
Thanks again. :smile.gif:
Jan 18, 2011Hey,Posted in: Server Support and Administration
Thanks for replying. It didn't make a difference. I am not sure what I am doing wrong here. The only change I have made is the folders. I found that kept everything in a slightly different structure. (If you think that is an issue I can explain it)
uname -m i686 date +%Y-%m-%d-%H:%M:%S 2011-01-18-20:30:39
Anything else I can try? I guess there will be a web interface for this sort of thing soon. (bukket? or something). But I like the ability to SSH in and make these simple changes...
Jan 17, 2011Hi,Posted in: Server Support and Administration
Thanks for the great script. I have it running (mainly).. but I had a few issues.
My system: Ubuntu 9.10. I had the other script running with dated backups as a bash script if that makes a difference.
1. wont' download new c10t bin. (can't find an error)
But I just placed the bin in the correct dir
2. Backup places a oddly named .gz file into the correct dir. I take it that my system doesn't like the date code you use.
Also it looks like i have my working dirs a bit different. I tried to edit it but maybe there is something missing. (ie. It seems to me that your worlds are in /minecraft_server/worlds/world/world
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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