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An Invitation for CrashPlan Customers: Try Backblaze

By | October 18th, 2018

…use. elforesto Disabling deduplication over WAN connections helps a lot with CrashPlan. cjacja i’m quickly getting the idea that non-support for linux is a business decision, not a technical decision. Linux uses tend to have more data. They tend to have Linux based file severs with multi-terrabye RAID. Backblaze would loose money on average with Linux. I which they’d admit…

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Backing Up Linux to Backblaze B2 with Duplicity and Restic

By | October 19th, 2017

B2 with Restic on Linux, in which we show how to set up Restic for use with B2 and how to back up and restore a home directory from Linux to B2. Which is Linux Backup Method is Right for You? While Duplicity is a popular, widely-available, and useful program, many users of cloud storage such as B2 are moving…

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What’s the Diff: VMs vs Containers

By | June 28th, 2018

…two to three times as many as applications on a single server with containers than you can with a VM. In addition, with containers you can create a portable, consistent operating environment for development, testing, and deployment. Types of Containers Linux Containers (LXC) — The original Linux container technology is Linux Containers, commonly known as LXC. LXC is a Linux

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Advanced Cloud Backup Solutions

By | June 7th, 2018

…Windows or Macintosh, but others are on Linux, Solaris, FreeBSD, or other OSs. Clients and applications can be available in either command-line (CLI) or graphical user interface (GUI) versions, or sometimes both. Read more about it: 12 B2 Power Tips for New Users Backing Up Linux to Backblaze B2 with Duplicity and Restic Strategies for Backing Up Windows Computers 5…

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Five Cool Multi-Cloud Backup Solutions You Should Consider

By | July 10th, 2018

…for Linux, Rclone has a command-line interface to sync files and directories between clouds. OS Compatibility The solution can be run on all OS’s using the command-line interface. Cloud Support The solution works with most popular public cloud storage platforms, such as Backblaze B2, Microsoft Azure, Amazon S3 and Glacier, Google Cloud Platform, etc. Feature set Rclone commands work wonderfully…

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Replacing macOS Server with Synology NAS

By | May 24th, 2018

…of file sharing, centralized backup, RAID storage, multimedia streaming, virtual storage, and other common functions. Synology NAS Since DSM is based on Linux, there are numerous server applications available, including many of the same ones that are available for macOS Server, which shares conceptual roots with Linux as it comes from BSD Unix. Synology DiskStation Manager Package Center According to…

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How to Connect Your QNAP NAS to B2 Cloud Storage

By | June 14th, 2018

from in the event of a critical failure. If you use Windows or Linux, you can configure the QNAP NAS as the destination for your Windows or Linux local data backup. That, in turn, can be synced to the cloud from the NAS. Why B2? B2 is the best value in cloud storage. The cost to store data in the…

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Brian’s 10 Rules for how to write cross-platform code

By | December 15th, 2008

…small desktop component (running on either Windows or Macintosh) encrypts and then transmits users’ files across the internet to our datacenters (running Linux.) We use the same ‘C’ and ‘C++’ libraries on Windows, Mac, and Linux interchangeably. I estimate it slows down software development by about 5 percent overall to support all three platforms. However, I run into other developers…

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