I guess that’s where things get a little wonky for me. Even something like my “nextcloud” data. I’m backing up all the trashed versions of files and file revision history locally, but not backing up any of that to the cloud because it saves a lot of space.
This is why I have two different backup sets for things right now because it makes it easier to exclude some things from the cloud backup vs the local backup. If my local storage had a problem I wouldn’t be too mad that I lost those file revisions and trashed files, cause I have bigger problems to worry about.
They’d be “nice to have” but not worth paying monthly to store them kind of thing, so this is why I end up running two different backup jobs for each one.
There’s also a lot of media files that I backup locally that I don’t want to pay for cloud storage for either.
Since there doesn’t seem to be a way (at least via Web GUI) that I can copy only certain backup jobs from one storage to the other, I have to keep two separate backups running?
My main question on this was if it was a good or bad idea to run local backup jobs in parallel or if I should run them one after the other, and same for cloud (B2) backups, should I be running those in parallel or just one at a time?