Download SqlBak Application

  1. Download the SqlBak app (the current version is 3.2.24)
  2. Install it on the computer where the DBMS is running
  3. When prompted, enter your secret key
Please or to get a secret key

There are two ways to install the SqlBak app on Linux:

  1. Using the package on
    1. Download package
      curl -o sqlbak.deb https://sqlbak.com/download/linux/latest/sqlbak.deb
    2. Install the app (the current version is 1.3.2)
      sudo apt-get install ./sqlbak.deb
    3. Register a server
      sudo sqlbak -r -k <your_secret_key> [-n <desired_server_name>]
    1. Install the app (the current version is 1.3.2)
      sudo rpm -Uvh https://sqlbak.com/download/linux/latest/sqlbak.rpm
    2. Register a server
      sudo sqlbak -r -k <your_secret_key> [-n <desired_server_name>]
  2. Using Docker ()
    1. Run SqlBak container
      sudo docker run --name sqlbak_container -d -v sqlbak_volume:/opt/sqlbak pranasnet/sqlbak
    2. Register a server
      sudo docker exec sqlbak_container sqlbak -r -k <your_secret_key> [-n <desired_server_name>]
    Details of using SqlBak Docker container when creating physical backups or together with the Docker Compose tool are available on our page at Docker Hub.
Please or to get a secret key

Read more about How to start with SqlBak on Linux and SqlBak on Linux Reference Manual

This is the way to install the SqlBak app on Raspberry Pi (Linux only):

  1. Download the package for
    curl -o sqlbak.deb https://sqlbak.com/download/linux/latest/sqlbak_arm64.deb
    curl -o sqlbak.deb https://sqlbak.com/download/linux/latest/sqlbak_armhf.deb
  2. Install the app (the current version is 1.3.2)
    sudo apt-get install ./sqlbak.deb
  3. Register a server
    sudo sqlbak -r -k <your_secret_key> [-n <desired_server_name>]
Please or to get a secret key

Read more about How to start with SqlBak on Linux and SqlBak on Linux Reference Manual