This section describes the settings available from the web interface.
Setup users’ repositories¶
A repository represents a directory where rdiff-backup has created a
structure to store your data. Basically, a repository is a directory
As an example, look at the following folder structure.
+ / (root) | + backups | + my-laptop | | | + rdiff-backup-data | | | + home | + server1 | + rdiff-backup-data | + home | + etc | + var
It contains two (2) repositories:
Once your installation of rdiffweb is completed, go to the admin area to configure your users root directory.
For each user, you must assign a “root directory”. The user can access every repositorie placed underneath the “root directory”. Consider the following assignment:
Assignment of a “root directory” is the only way to control access to repositories.
The “admin” user will have access to “my-laptop” and “server1” repositories.
The user “patrik” only has access to “my-laptop” repository.