I want to use my space in Onedrive to perform cloud backups.
Is there a way to do this using rclone and restic in Nethserver?
I tried to follow instructions in rclone and restic documentations, but failed to access rest server in 127.0.0.1:8080.
I’m really not sure what I’m doing.
Appreciate any help.
Thanks a lot.
Would you please share, at the end of testing, a little howto on how recreate this environment?
A lots of Office365 users have 1tb of cloud space, and maybe could be a nice place for have a second or third backup copy…
And i am a user of OneDrive, which is quite empty; a cloud backup of the configuration of my setup could be a nice safevest.
before “systemd daemon-reload” pass, edit /etc/systemd/system/rest-server.service: User:“created user”, Group:“created user group”, "ExecStart=/usr/bin/rclone serve restic --b2-hard-delete --drive-use-trash=false --addr 127.0.0.1:8000 -v “your remote”:“your directory if any”. There’s a lot of other options, like https, user, password etc.
Cockpit doesn’t have an option to create backups from rest-server. I used an example from Nethserver docs with some modifications: “db backups set t1 restic VFSType rest BackupTime ‘00 1 * * *’ CleanupOlderThan 7D Notify error NotifyTo root@localhost status enabled
RestDirectory t1 RestHost 127.0.0.1 RestPort 8000 RestProtocol http signal-event nethserver-backup-data-save t1”
access backup’s Cockpit page and execute t1 backup. You can’t edit it, because Cockpit doesn’t support it. If it goes wrong, see “View last log” for detais.