I would like to use restic with remote repo at azure storage.
I would like to use the SAS authentication.
I got this message:
restic -r azure:seafile-data-restic-backup:/ init enter password for new repository: enter password again: Fatal: create repository at azure:seafile-data-restic-backup:/ failed: container.CreateIfNotExists: storage: service returned error: StatusCode=403, ErrorCode=AuthorizationFailure, ErrorMessage=This request is not authorized to perform this operation
In Azure portal I did this:
- Creating a container ‘seafile-data-restic-backup’
- Click into the container
- Creating a SAS Token with: alle permissions I can choose (read, write, list,…)
- copying the SAS Token (without URL) to AZURE_ACCOUNT_SAS=“HEREISMYTOKEN”
My EXPORT Variables exists:
printenv | grep AZURE
So what could be wrong to get it run?
I’m using restic vesion: “restic 0.14.0 compiled with go1.19 on linux/amd64”
Could it be, that restic is creating a azure container in the storage account?
In this case it makes sense, that I cannot use SAS from a container, maybe only SAS from the Storage Account?