I’m using a cloud storage that supports only Swift OpenStack which I cannot get to work in duplicacy.
So I wonder if it is a good or a bad idea to use
rclone serve or
rclone mount to mount the cloud storage and have duplicacy run against that? If this would work, which would be the preferred way, mount as a drive or serve as sftp or webdav for example?
And again, if this would work, is there a way to have a pre-backup script that starts
rclone serve before the backup and gracefully stops it once complete (on Windows)? It seems rclone serve for example always runs as a foreground process, so I’m guessing just starting this from the pre-backup script will just freeze the backup.
Grateful for an insight into this.
(see Invalid memory address or nil pointer during init of OpenStack Swift for my problems with using Swift directly with duplicacy)