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SSH 020: One is None

  • Air Date: 2020-06-04
  • Duration: 36 mins 6 secs

About this episode

You're not a true self-hoster until you've lost your entire configuration at least once. Alex does a deep dive into cloud backup, plus we need your help to find the right Wifi solution for a listener.

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  • LINUX Unplugged 355: Chris' Data Crisis — Chris' tale of woe after a recent data loss, and Wes' adventure after he finds a rogue device on his network.
  • Jupiter Extras: A Chat with mergerfs Developer Antonio Musumeci — mergerfs makes JBOD (Just a Bunch Of Drives) appear like an ‘array’ of drives. mergerfs transparently translates read/write commands to the underlying drives from a single mount point, such as /mnt/storage.
  • Duplicati — Duplicati works with standard protocols like FTP, SSH, WebDAV as well as popular services like Backblaze B2, Microsoft OneDrive, Amazon S3, Google Drive, box.com, Mega, hubiC and many others.
  • restic · Backups done right! — Backing up your data with restic should only be limited by your network or hard disk bandwidth so that you can backup your files every day.
  • Backblaze — Cloud storage that's astonishingly easy and low-cost.
  • How does Backblaze support Linux Users? — There are a variety of options for using Linux with B2. These include open-source (free) and commercial applications, command-line (CLI) and graphical interface (GUI) tools, and tools that include encryption, automation, hybrid NAS/B2 support, mounting remote archives as volumes, and other capabilities.
  • How to configure Backblaze B2 with Duplicity on Linux — Duplicity can store backup data in many destinations, including Backblaze B2. This guide will help you get setup and give you the commands to do a full backup and restore of a specific folder.
  • duplicity — Duplicity backs directories by producing encrypted tar-format volumes and uploading them to a remote or local file server.
  • rsync.net — We give you an empty UNIX filesystem that you can access with any SSH tool
  • Amazon S3 Glacier — Long-term, secure, durable Amazon S3 object storage classes for data archiving, starting at $1 per terabyte per month
  • Installation Methods & Community Guides Wiki - Home Assistant — Today I want to take a step back and take a holistic view of installation methods. What installation methods do we support as a project, and what does supported mean.
  • TiddlyWiki — a non-linear personal web notebook — A unique non-linear notebook for capturing, organising and sharing complex information.
  • An opinionated approach to TiddlyWiki

Tags

amazon s3 glacier, aws glacier, backblaze, backblaze b2 with duplicity, backblaze for linux, btrfs add volume, cloud backup, duplicati, duplicity, google drive, home assistant rename, mergerfs, outdoor wifi, restic, rsync.net, self-hosted podcast, tarsnap, tiddlywiki, unifi