# Multiple repositories, multiple storage -- Did I do it right?

I need a bit of help. I have setup Duplicacy, but I’m not sure I’ve done it right.

So here’s the scenario.

What to backup:
Windows system, 2 drives (C, D)

Where to backup:
local NAS (Unraid)
Onedrive

Unraid path to Duplicacy storage is `/mnt/user/backup/duplicacy/lasse/`. This is mapped to Windows as `Z:\backup\duplicacy\lasse\`.

I prefer to not have additional directories/files created in the repositories. So I used the `-repository` option. I was not able to init both repositories from `Z:\backup\duplicacy\lasse\` so I created a directory for each repository. From these I did something like

``````Z:\backup\duplicacy\lasse\lasse_c> duplicacy init -storage-name unraid -repository c:\  lasse_c Z:\backup\duplicacy\lasse\

Z:\backup\duplicacy\lasse\lasse_d> duplicacy init -storage-name unraid -repository d:\  lasse_d Z:\backup\duplicacy\lasse\
``````

I ran both backups once. I then tried to add Onedrive as secondary storage. This again gave me troubles, especially since I want the copying to be executed on the Unraid server. I ended up duplicating the unraid storage entry in the preferences file and modifying its paths to local paths. I was then able to add Onedrive as storage.

`duplicacy add -e -copy unraid-local onedrive lasse_d one://backup/lasse`

Strangly, even thou I was in `/mnt/user/backup/duplicacy/lasse/lasse_d/`, the onedrive entry was added to the preferences file under `/mnt/user/backup/duplicacy/lasse/lasse_c/`. I then just copied the entry to the second preferences file.

I saw the thread about dummy repository when copying, but I didn’t quite get it.

I now have the copying running, but I’m not sure whether it’s copying just one of the reposities or both.

If you don’t specify the repository id for the `copy` command, it will copy backups from all repositories from the local storage to onedrive, so you’ll just need to run the `copy` command from one repository.