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altoyda

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Jul 18, 2020
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I Know this been ask 101 times. This is what I am looking to do. To be safe and have a backup plan. I order 2 12TB drives to be put in Hetzner. If later I do not need them for Movies and Tv, They can be for my VM's. Is there a way maybe to move them with rclone or copy them with rclone @doob . Or is good way to rsync to new drive I know time is not with me on this.
 

Xeizez

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Feb 17, 2020
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im guessing it would be the same as syncing the drive like from drive to drive except use a local path /home/source

rclone sync -i GoogleDrive /tmp/destination --log-file=mylogfile.txt --log-level INFO --ignore-existing --fast-list
 

axlrod

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Jun 6, 2019
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I have a similar need, the only difference is that I have my local "copy" on a NAS box in my house. I have a script that runs once a day that does some checking to make sure the blitz and my NAS are both mounted on the server and then I just run a series of rsyncs called blitz2nas. You could do the same on your hetzner.

rsync -avl /mnt/unionsfs/movies /mnt/nas/movies

My cron entry looks like:

44 4 * * * /usr/bin/flock -w 5 ~/lock/blitz2nas.lock ~/bin/blitz2nas >/dev/null 2>&1

We won't mention that I have a full blitz in hetzner and a full blitz on a NUC at home sharing the same tcrypt/gcrypt etc so I can switch local at a moments notice. It's a bit of a monster but it seems to work just fine.
 

macvirii

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May 26, 2019
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I have a similar need, the only difference is that I have my local "copy" on a NAS box in my house. I have a script that runs once a day that does some checking to make sure the blitz and my NAS are both mounted on the server and then I just run a series of rsyncs called blitz2nas. You could do the same on your hetzner.

rsync -avl /mnt/unionsfs/movies /mnt/nas/movies

My cron entry looks like:

44 4 * * * /usr/bin/flock -w 5 ~/lock/blitz2nas.lock ~/bin/blitz2nas >/dev/null 2>&1

We won't mention that I have a full blitz in hetzner and a full blitz on a NUC at home sharing the same tcrypt/gcrypt etc so I can switch local at a moments notice. It's a bit of a monster but it seems to work just fine.
Did you create a script to copy the plex db and artwork so you don`t have to update/scan on both plex servers?
 
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