Top 3 Go Incremental Projects
Config driven, easy backup cli for restic.Project mention: Advice request on the best approach to backup with restic | /r/selfhosted | 2023-05-19
I have looked up and found restic to be a good choice for the many advantages it provides (reduplication, incremental copies, encryption, free, ...). I looked also at the many projects built on it to make it easier to configure (resticker, autorestic). I already made a simple test locally for my MainPC (with docker swarm) and it seems to be fine.
One-stop ZFS backup & replication solutionProject mention: Zrepl – ZFS replication | /r/patient_hackernews | 2023-08-25
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simple incremental pull of immutable large files
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