Discussion Multiple pg clone


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6:55 AM
Dec 12, 2018
PG Version
Mount Type
Blitz Unencrypted
Server Type
Remote - Dedicated Server

I'm trying to setup multiple pgclone drives.
Setup one using Account A: and moves files in /mnt/move to team drive A
Setup two using Account B: and moves files in /mnt/move to team drive B
One drive is public i.e shared with specific people
The other drive is just for me

The best I could do with my skill level at the moment was

There is another one for the other drive as well.
I see a backup option but it doesn't seem designed to backup those settings from the simple bash
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12:55 PM
May 2, 2018
great question and proposition.
im sorry no one else (more knowledgeable) has helped you so far.

I found your thread by searching for multiple rclone mounts or similar.
Im trying to set up a way of, once processed, to move files to two(or three, or ten) separate gdrive instances.


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11:55 PM
Oct 5, 2019
I am working on a similar thing but have gone a different route. The route i went is i used docker to do the rlone mounts and a mergerfs docker image to join them together. That gets the data access working well. Now i am working on trying to build a custom docker image for PGBlitz to do the upload part. I am basing it on PGClone V9 but i still need to workout how all the scripts fit together and the content of the config files to duplicate the functionality.
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Ok i have found something easier than a custom container for upload. https://hub.docker.com/r/sabrsorensen/alpine-cloudplow seems to do the same thing as Blitz for upload and have some nice features. I plan to use this to upload different data to different team drives.
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Dec 12, 2018
Custom docker image of pgblitz alone would be really cool, especially if you could specifiy all the folder.
i.e move folder gdrive teamdrive,

would be much easier to have both of my setups alive on active at once.

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