I’m wanting to backup up multiple PCs to my NAS and have the contents of the NAS and the backups also backed up to B2.
I’m thinking of using the --private-repos option of the restic rest-server to do this by having a seperate user for each computer and the NAS.
Am I correct that by doing this:
a) I will get deduplication across all of the backups from my devices?
b) Each device can only see its own data?
c) It is only a local filesystem backup
However this would mean that the NAS would store a second copy of its data locally as well. I think rclone’s restic-server option will support storing the device backups both locally and on B2, and only storing the NAS backups on B2 - but it’s unclear to me what the equivalent of the --private-repos option is, or how I can achieve (b) above.
Sorry in advance if this is the wrong place to ask.
However this means that the NAS would also have its data backed up locally as well. I had a quick look at rclone’s restic server option, but it’s not clear to me what the equivalent of the
Why not use the restic client to backup your NAS to local disks and rsync/rclone this to your offsite location? Alternatively you can use restic und rclone to directly backup your NAS to your offsite location.