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As we all know, having a backup these days is important. So I want to tell you how I do my backups. I have 4 main repositories: system-config: mostly /etc and /var plus lvm and luks headers system-data: package cache and alike user-config: all config files the user needs to back up user-data: all other data like documents, media, safegames and alike (biggest repo) And 3 backup targets: One local drive that I carry around with no media data One local drive that I safely deport somewhere else One remote cloud platform that provides enough storage and network for a good recovery My tools: borg, rsync and acd_cli for Amazon Cloud Drive (fuse) Borg is a chunk-based backup tool, rsync is a file synchronizer with a lot of great options. As cloud provider you can use any that supports fuse or has a third party fuse client. My workflow: Create a snapshot for the current host as @ (system-config and system-data) (on local drive) Create a snapshot for all users using @ (on local drive) Sync all new changes to ACD using rsync Every x weeks take the deposited drive and rsync all remaining chunks to it and deposit it again in a remote location (not home) Since I sync my borg backup chunks its both encrypted and will only need to sync the changed chunks. This is not the ultimate backup solution, just an example of how things could go. Hope this helps! submitted by /u/AnachronGuy [link] [comments]

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Here is a list of the changes: * Normalized the TLS certificate validation code and added additional error messages to aid troubleshooting. * http*Connect did not work on Linux when cupsd was not running (Issue #4870) * The --no-remote-any option of cupsctl had no effect (Issue #4866) * http*Connect did not return early when all addresses failed (Issue #4870) * Updated the list of supported IPP Everywhere media types. * The IPP backend did not validate TLS credentials properly. * The printer-state-message attribute was not cleared after a print job with no errors (Issue #4851) * The CUPS-Add-Modify-Class and CUPS-Add-Modify-Printer operations did not always return an error for failed adds (Issue #4854) * PPD files with names longer than 127 bytes did not work (Issue #4860) * Updated localizations (Issue #4846, PR #4858) * Added Upstart support (PR #4825) * CUPS now supports Let's Encrypt certificates on Linux. * All CUPS commands now support POSIX options (Issue #4813) * The scheduler now restarts faster (Issue #4760) * Improved performance of web interface with large numbers of jobs (Issue #3819) * Encrypted printing can now be limited to only trusted printers and servers () * The scheduler now advertises PWG Raster attributes for IPP Everywhere clients (Issue #4428) * The scheduler now logs informational messages for jobs at LogLevel "info" (Issue #4815) * The scheduler now uses the getgrouplist function when available (Issue #4611) * The IPP backend no longer enables compression by default except for certain raster formats that generally benefit from it () * The scheduler did not handle out-of-disk situations gracefully (Issue #4742) * The LPD mini-daemon now detects invalid UTF-8 sequences in job, document, and user names (Issue #4748) * The IPP backend now continues on to the next job when the remote server/printer puts the job on hold () * The scheduler did not cancel multi-document jobs immediately () * The scheduler did not return non-shared printers to local clients unless they connected to the domain socket () * The scheduler now reads the spool directory if one or more job cache entries point to deleted jobs () * Added support for disc media sizes () * The httpAddrConnect and httpConnect* APIs now try connecting to multiple addresses in parallel () * The cupsd domain socket is no longer world-accessible on macOS () * Interface scripts are no longer supported for security reasons () * Added a new cupsHashData API and support for hashed job passwords () * Localization fixes (, , Issue #4041, Issue #4796) * Documentation changes (Issue #4624, Issue #4781) * Packaging fixes (PR #4832) submitted by /u/oscoscosc [link] [comments]

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