The development version can be found in the untangle-https-backup git repository. The latest official release is untangle-https-backup-0.0.6.
The Untangle web UI provides a way to create backups of the local configuration. However, if you manage enough Untangle installations, it becomes impractical to log in to each one and navigate to the backups in a browser. The untangle-https-backup program automates that process for a list of installations contained in a configuration file.
An example configuration file is provided.
user $ untangle-https-backup [--config-file <INI file>]
None; the program's behavior is entirely determined by its configuration (INI) file.
Errors are output to stderr; otherwise, silence is golden.
The configuration file is an INI-style list of Untangle installations to back up. An example entry is,
[Test installation] host = 192.168.1.100 username = testuser password = hunter2
There are currently five parameters that may be set for each installation:
It is difficult to invoke untangle-https-backup incorrectly:
user $ untangle-https-backup
Show the usage information:
user $ untangle-https-backup --help
Specify an alternate configuration file:
user $ untangle-https-backup --config-file /etc/foo.ini
Email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.