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github.com/alext29/go-prium

Backup and restore Cassandra DB to AWS S3

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go-priam - Backup and restore Cassandra DB to AWS S3

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go-priam provides a simple method for backing up cassandra keyspaces to Amazon AWS S3 bucket. It is written in go/golang and uses nodetool for performing backups and sstableloader for restoring from backups.

Install

If you have Go installed, then do:

go get github.com/alext29/go-priam

This should download, compile and install the app on your machine.

Running via command line

Before you begin there is a little bit of housekeeping to do.

  • Make sure password less ssh is setup between the machine you are running and all cassandra nodes. You can run from machine that is part of the cassandra cluster as well.
  • For restoring from backup, sstableloader requires access to all cassandra nodes via local subnet on port 9042. You may need to set up port-forwarding using ssh -fNT -L if needed.
  • Make sure incremental_backups is set to true in cassandra.yaml file (restart cassandra after changing config file). If this is not set incremental backup would not do anything.

Backup

Backup operation generates timestamps based on current time. The generated timestamp should be newer than last backup, else it would complain.

Full Backup:

go-priam [OPTIONS] -keyspace <KEYSPACE> backup

Incremental Backup:

go-priam [OPTIONS] -keyspace <KEYSPACE> -incremental backup

Incremental backup only uploads the incremental data with respect to the last backup. It it fails to find a previous backup it will do a full backup.

List backups:

go-priam [OPTIONS] -keyspace <KEYSPACE> history

Prints out timestamps of all existing backups, including incremental backups, in a tree form.

Restore

Restore operation will delete all existing data in given keyspace and restore to given timestamp. Any data added to the DB post backup would be lost.

Restoring to last backup:

go-priam [OPTIONS] -keyspace <KEYSPACE> restore

Restoring to specific timestamp:

go-priam [OPTIONS] -keyspace <KEYSPACE> -timestamp <TIMESTAMP> restore

When restoring to an incremental backup, all necessary files till the last full backup are downloaded and restored from. Timestamp is assumed to be monotonically increasing else the code would barf while take backup.

Configuration parameters

go-priam help gives a complete list of all command line parameters.

    -incremental            Switch to indicate incremental backup.
    -aws-access-key         AWS Access Key ID to access S3.
    -aws-base-path          Base path to copy/restore files from S3.
    -aws-bucket             S3 bucket name to store backups.
    -aws-region             Region of s3 account.
    -aws-secret-key         AWS Secret Access key to access S3.
    -cassandra-classpath    Directory where cassandra jarfiles are placed.
    -cassandra-conf         Directory where cassandra conf files are placed.
    -cqlsh-path             Path to cqlsh.
    -host                   IP address of any one of the cassandra nodes.
    -keyspace               Cassandra keyspace to backup.
    -nodetool-path          Path to nodetool on the cassandra host.
    -private-key            Path to private key used for password less ssh.
    -snapshot               Restore to this timestamp.
    -sstableloader          Path to sstableloader on cassandra hosts.
    -temp-dir               Temporary directory to download files to.
    -user                   Usename for password less ssh to cassandra host.

Configuration file

Configuration parameters may be specified in a yaml file as well. The default location for the configuration file is ${HOME_DIR}/.priam.conf or you may point it to any arbritary file by setting $PRIAM_CONF environment variable.

A sample config file priam.conf is provided for reference.

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