Cloud backup recommendations
#1
Requirements:

1. Must be compatible with Arch and ARM64 (Mega is not, Dropbox is not)
2. Must be E2E encrypted 
3. Fees not outrageous (I'm looking at you, Cloudberry, now something-something-360)

I'm willing to pay for a solution, but can't find one, really.
#2
I use IDRIVE. They have a set of scripts that are linux compatible that work very well for backups and restores. ARM is supported, but if you're using a 64bit kernel with a 32bit userspace you will need to modify some code to get the scripts to pull the right dependencies for your userspace. If you're running AArch64 you should be fine.
#3
How much data, and how frequently are you backing it up?

rsync meets your requirements, assuming you've got a remote endpoint that supports it...
#4
(06-20-2020, 05:40 PM)Syonyk Wrote: How much data, and how frequently are you backing it up?

rsync meets your requirements, assuming you've got a remote endpoint that supports it...

Yeah, it's more the endpoint that I am interested in.  I can write my own backup scripts, but I'm looking for recommendations on service providers.
#5
(06-19-2020, 04:06 PM)Phillip Bell Wrote: Requirements:

1. Must be compatible with Arch and ARM64 (Mega is not, Dropbox is not)
2. Must be E2E encrypted 
3. Fees not outrageous (I'm looking at you, Cloudberry, now something-something-360)

I'm willing to pay for a solution, but can't find one, really.

Have you looked at tarsnap.com?  I don't use Arch Linux, but https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Lis...s/Security lists it on their list of applications (and if they didn't, the client is open source).  Definitely E2E encrypted.  Only part that might be a problem is #3, depending on your definition of "outrageous" on fees.


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