I’ve been using duplicacy-web to backup my local home directory nightly to an encrypted storage in Backblaze B2 for long-term retention. I’m thinking it would be useful to additionally start keeping a local copy of my most recent backups (on a 2nd hard disk) for quicker recovery. Would the following be the correct approach?
- add a storage to the current repository (should I -encrypt with the same password? Make it -bit-identical and/or use the -copy flag?)
- copy the most recent x snapshots -from the b2 storage -to the local storage
- point future backup jobs -to the local storage
- copy the latest revision -from the local storage -to the B2 storage after each subsequent backup (how would I specify only the latest, or is this even necessary if the remote storage already contains copies of all but the most recent revision?)
Finally, is it possible to do all this with duplicacy-web?