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My off-site backup solution is finally coming to life thanks to the knowledge I got here

My off-site backup solution is finally coming to life thanks to the knowledge I got here

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  1. Oh and by the way, if you’ll be looking into turning 3-1-1 to 3-2-1 (not saying that this is a must) with some other backup media, here some good reading on this just in case: [https://www.hyper-v.io/keep-backups-lets-talk-backup-storage-media/](https://www.hyper-v.io/keep-backups-lets-talk-backup-storage-media/)

  2. That’s a good backup setup you have and looks solid to me. The only thing I can say is my congrats!

  3. For people who know about this stuff, I have a question: I use Windows, Linux, and MacOS systems and would like to have a well-organized NAS backup solution. I’m pretty sure I need to have 3 different formats for the partitions to accommodate each OS, based on my experience thus far, but my question is: how simple or complicated is it to have a decent NAS backup solution when you’re dealing with multiple systems of these 3 operating systems?

  4. that’s a good solution for me too, i’m waiting for my devices. Thank you

  5. I thought it was a toaster at first ha. Personal cloud backups are wonderful.

  6. In the thumbnail the printer looked like a microwave for a moment and I was concerned as to why you had your offsite backup in a kitchen

  7. I thought the 215j had a max of 12TB drives? 24TB on total.

  8. Thank you guys for the rewards and your messages. They were not expected.

  9. Do you backup all the data or only the most important?

  10. Side note can you please tell me the part number of the printer tray that sticks out of the front of the printer you have? I lost mine and that looks exactly like the one I have.

  11. Mmmm. Thats sexy sleek with nice looking blinky lights.

  12. I am starting on hoarding journey. Can you point me to article or advice for where to start on a budget. My backups are usually photos, movies and other stuff. I want to play the stuff with plex.

  13. How’s the reliability of the PSU’s inside those things? MTBF of that would be my primary concern.

  14. I keep meaning to do this. Although this year has given minimal opportunity for it.

    Which set up is this? A DS 220j 2-bay model?

    I’ve got a DS 220+ at home (I think), an considering the 220j for the offsite.

  15. Is having storage in a different location important for some reason I’m missing?

  16. My boy! That’s my boy!

    I’ve got a Synology and that’s the first one I’ve seen posted here. Great little devices.

  17. Since I started reading this sub I realized how important is a solid backup strategy thanks to the knowledge I got from YOU.

    Back in 2018 I also suffered data loss because I though RAID was backup. About 1000€ went to a data recovery company to get my stuff back.

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    So here I am at my parent’s house, which is very far away from mine, setting up my off-site copy.

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    The star of the show is a Synology DS215j, the first NAS I purchased all the way back in 2015. It’s really, really, really slow but it will do the job. It’s sporting a 14TB drive shucked from a WD My Book, which is a WD140EDFZ-11A0VA0, at the best price seen in Italy: 230€ inc shipping and taxes. Might not be a deal for you guys in the US but in Europe we’re not so lucky.

    Right now the NAS is copying data from a proper WD My Book 10TB, which is the drive I use at home to rsync all of my data once a week.

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    I am using borgbackup (with borgmatic) as a software solution because it’s simply GREAT. The Synology will power on once a week, my server (openmediavault) will connect and update the backup, then issue a power off command when it’s done. It should not take too much, I’ve got plenty of upload at my place.

    I should end up with a 3-2-1 backup strategy, or maybe is considered 3-1-1 lol.

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    What do you think?