If you wish to protect your service against hardware failure and reach higher
availability of your Ozeki NG SMS Gateway software, we recommend you to try
our Ozeki Cluster software product.
Ozeki Cluster automatically moves any
service to another computer in case of a hardware failure. You can
download it from:
Ozeki Cluster Site
This step by step guide outlines the major steps to take to created
an automated backup solution for Ozeki NG SMS Gateway. Backing up the
system involves copying the contents of the Ozeki NG directory
Step 1 - Create a backup directory
It is best to create a directory name that does not contain any
spaces. The following directory name is a good choice:
Step 2 - Create a batch file that will do the backup for you
To create an automated backup procedure a dos batch file should be created.
In this batch file the first thing to do is to stop the Ozeki NG service. This
can be performed by issuing the net stop command. After the service has been
stopped, the contents of the Ozeki NG directory should be copied to the backup
directory. A new backup directory should be created for each day. The name of the
backup directory can be the date itself. You can use the following DOS command
to create the directory name:
FOR /F "tokens=2,3,4 delims=/- " %a in ("%DATE%") do set CDATE=%c%a%b
After the file copy has been done, you can start the service again by issuing
the net start command. To put this all into a batch file you should create
something like this:
net stop OzekiNG
FOR /F "tokens=2,3,4 delims=/- " %%a in ("%DATE%") do set CDATE=%%c%%a%%b
xcopy /E "C:\Program Files\Ozeki\OzekiNG - SMS Gateway" %DESTDIR%
net start OzekiNG
Step 3 - Use windows task scheduler to schedule a daily job
After you have created the batch file, you can use the windows task scheduler
to execute it at the end of each day.
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