user_backup_failed.sh called on backup failure

Version 1.38

Feature
Finished

Similar to the user_backup_pre.sh and user_backup_post.sh, this will be called if there are any issues during the creation of the User Backup. This also includes errors that may arise for the Reseller/Admin Level portions of the User backup. Ftp uploading is not part of the check as this is done outside of the backup function. You'd create: /usr/local/directadmin/scripts/custom/user_backup_failed.sh the environmental variables are: username: name of the user being backed up (which failed) reseller: name of the account that created the User owner: owner of the directory/files.. mainly for write-access purposes. (owner of the backup path). I if using ftp, this value will be "diradmin" dest_path: where the backup is going. If the value is blank (""), then it's going to /home/username/backups error_result: the actual error message as to why this is being triggered.

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