If you have set git as the storage engine used by etckeeper, then you might want to add a very simple hook to push your configurations to a remote repo.
Note that this feature is already included depending on the distribution/release you are using (not included in Ubuntu server 12.04 LTS at this time). See https://github.com/joeyh/etckeeper/blob/master/commit.d/99push
Add a remote to your local git repository
$ cd /etc $ git remote add origin git@yourserver:yourrepo
Then push it with -u to automatically track changes
$ git push -u origin master
Simply create a file that will be triggered after the commit : /etc/etckeeper/commit.d/60git-push
#!/bin/sh set -e if [ "$VCS" = git ] && [ -d .git ]; then cd /etc/ git push origin master fi
Don't forget to chmod +X it
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