Synconix is an All in one Backup Manager from where you can create and manage your entire backup network. With Synconix you can backup your production critical data and review or retrieve it on the fly with just a few clicks.
You don't need to worry about privacy or security, Synconix is a self-hosted platform giving you complete control over your installation and network data. The installation process will automatically install all the dependencies that Synconix needs in order to function.
Yes, support is included and please don't hesitate to open a support ticket whenever you have a question.
The System requirements are listed in the Documentation page.
We have tested Synconix on the most popular Linux distributions, like : Redhat , CentOS , CloudLinux , Oracle Linux , Ubuntu , Debian , Fedora , Suse Linux and also on BSD ( FreeBSD ).
NO. Synconix will not re-compile your system , it will not affect your kernel or your disks partitioning array. It will use only basic and already available utilities like: libacl , perl , screen , gcc , sudo , curl , expect , base64 , ssh
You don't need a special type , you can backup your production servers data basically on any Linux server. We have tested the storage servers on the following Linux distributions: Redhat , CentOS , CloudLinux , Oracle Linux , Ubuntu , Debian , Fedora , Suse Linux and also on BSD ( FreeBSD )
Yes, on Synconix backup manager you can create custom schedules and enable MySQL backup. The only requirement is that the server to have installed the mysqldump utility.
Yes, on Synconix backup manager you can create additional Users and custom Roles. You can limit the user to manage only a specified list of production or storage servers.