Download SqlBak Application

  1. Download the SqlBak app (the current version is 3.1.6)
  2. Install it on the computer where the DBMS is running
  3. When prompted, enter your secret key
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There are three ways to install SqlBak app on Linux:

  1. Automatically, by executing the following command
    curl -sSL https://sqlbak.com/download/linux/latest | sudo bash -s <your_secret_key>
  2. Using a package manager ()
    Using a package manager on
    1. Add SqlBak's GPG key
      su - root -c "curl -sSL https://sqlbak.com/deb/key/deb.gpg.key | sudo apt-key add -"

      su - root sh -c 'echo "deb [arch=amd64] https://sqlbak.com/deb stable main" >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/sqlbak.list'
    2. Update the package list
      su - root -c "apt-get update"
    3. Install the app (the current version is 1.1.67)
      su - root -c "apt-get install sqlbak"
    4. Register the server
      su - root -c "sqlbak -r -k <your_secret_key> [-n <desired_server_name>]"
    1. Add SqlBak's GPG key
      sudo curl -sSL https://sqlbak.com/deb/key/deb.gpg.key | sudo apt-key add -

      sudo sh -c 'echo "deb [arch=amd64] https://sqlbak.com/deb stable main" >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/sqlbak.list'
    2. Update the package list
      sudo apt-get update
    3. Install the app (the current version is 1.1.67)
      sudo apt-get install sqlbak
    4. Register the server
      sudo sqlbak -r -k <your_secret_key> [-n <desired_server_name>]
    1. Add SqlBak's GPG key
      sudo sh -c 'echo "
      [sqlbakrepo]
      name=Sqlbak Repository
      baseurl=https://sqlbak.com/rpm
      enabled=1
      gpgcheck=0" >> /etc/yum.repos.d/sqlbak.repo'
    2. Install the app (the current version is 1.1.67)
      sudo yum install sqlbak
    3. Register the server
      sudo sqlbak -r -k <your_secret_key> [-n <desired_server_name>]
    1. Add SqlBak's GPG key
      sudo sh -c 'echo "
      [sqlbakrepo]
      name=Sqlbak-Repository
      baseurl=https://sqlbak.com/rpm
      enabled=1
      gpgcheck=0" >> /etc/zypp/repos.d/sqlbak.repo'
    2. Update the package lists
      sudo zypper update
    3. Install the app (the current version is 1.1.67)
      sudo zypper install sqlbak
    4. Register the server
      sudo sqlbak -r -k <your_secret_key> [-n <desired_server_name>]
    1. Add SqlBak's GPG key
      sudo sh -c 'echo "
      [sqlbakrepo]
      name=Sqlbak Repository
      baseurl=https://sqlbak.com/rpm
      enabled=1
      gpgcheck=0" >> /etc/yum.repos.d/sqlbak.repo'
    2. Update the package lists
      sudo dnf update
    3. Install the app (the current version is 1.1.67)
      sudo dnf install sqlbak
    4. Register the server
      sudo sqlbak -r -k <your_secret_key> [-n <desired_server_name>]
  3. Using a Docker ()
    1. Run SqlBak container
      sudo docker run --name sqlbak_container -d -v sqlbak_volume:/opt/sqlbak pranasnet/sqlbak
    2. Register the 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 DockerHub.
Please or to get a secret key

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

There are two ways to install SqlBak app on Raspberry Pi (Linux only):

  1. Automatically, by executing the following command
    curl -sSL https://sqlbak.com/download/linux/latest | sudo bash -s <your_secret_key>
  2. Using a package manager ()
    Using a package manager on
    1. Add SqlBak's GPG key
      su - root -c "curl -sSL https://sqlbak.com/raspberry_deb/key/deb.gpg.key | sudo apt-key add -"

      su - root sh -c 'echo "deb https://sqlbak.com/raspberry_deb stable main" >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/sqlbak.list'
    2. Update the package list
      su - root -c "apt-get update"
    3. Install the app (the current version is 1.1.67)
      su - root -c "apt-get install sqlbak"
    4. Register the server
      su - root -c "sqlbak -r -k <your_secret_key> [-n <desired_server_name>]"
    1. Add SqlBak's GPG key
      sudo curl -sSL https://sqlbak.com/raspberry_deb/key/deb.gpg.key | sudo apt-key add -

      sudo sh -c 'echo "deb https://sqlbak.com/raspberry_deb stable main" >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/sqlbak.list'
    2. Update the package list
      sudo apt-get update
    3. Install the app (the current version is 1.1.67)
      sudo apt-get install sqlbak
    4. Register the 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