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Describe FreedomBox/Manual/Backups here. #language en
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As of version 0.39.0, FreedomBox now includes a Backups feature. The Backups feature is built using the "borgbackup" Debian package. Borg is a deduplicating and compressing backup program. It is designed for efficient and secure backups. ~- [[DebianWiki/EditorGuide#translation|Translation(s)]]: English - [[es/FreedomBox/Manual/Backups|Español]] -~
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As the Backups feature is currently still in development, it can only backup data for a limited number of FreedomBox apps. We are working on offering backup support for every app in the FreedomBox system. <<TableOfContents()>>
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As of October 01, 2018, the following apps are supported by the Backups feature:
* Dynamic DNS
* ejabberd
* ikiwiki
* infinoted
* Matrix Synapse
* Minetest
* Radicale
* repro
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The following apps require no backups and therefor require no integration in the Backups feature:
* Cockpit (no backup needed)
* Privoxy (no backup needed)
* Roundcube (no backup needed)
* SearX (no backup needed)
== Backups ==
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As of October 01, 2018, we are still working on Backups support for the following apps and feature:
* Coquelicot
* Deluge
* Datetime
* JSXC
* Let's Encrypt
* MediaWiki
* Monkeysphere
* Mumble (in progress)
* Networks
* OpenVPN
* Pagekite
* Quassel
* Security
* Shadowsocks
* Sharing
* Snapshot
* Syncthing
* Tahoe-LAFS
* Tiny Tiny RSS
* Tor
* Transmission
* Upgrades
* Users
!FreedomBox includes the ability to backup and restore data, preferences, configuration and secrets from most of the applications. The Backups feature is built using Borg backup software. Borg is a deduplicating and compressing backup program. It is designed for efficient and secure backups. This backups feature can be used to selectively backup and restore data on an app-by-app basis. Backed up data can be stored on the !FreedomBox machine itself or on a remote server. Any remote server providing SSH access can be used as a backup storage repository for !FreedomBox backups. Data stored remotely may be encrypted and in such cases remote server cannot access your decrypted data.
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You can find an updated log of our progress here: https://salsa.debian.org/freedombox-team/plinth/issues/1390
=== Status of Backups Feature ===

|| '''App/Feature''' || '''Support in Version''' || '''Notes''' ||
|| Avahi || - || no backup needed ||
|| Backups || - || no backup needed ||
|| Bind || 0.41 || ||
|| Cockpit || - || no backup needed ||
|| Datetime || 0.41 || ||
|| Deluge || 0.41 || does not include downloaded/seeding files ||
|| Diagnostics || - || no backup needed ||
|| Dynamic DNS || 0.39 || ||
|| ejabberd || 0.39 || includes all data and configuration ||
|| Firewall || - || no backup needed ||
|| ikiwiki || 0.39 || includes all wikis/blogs and their content ||
|| infinoted || 0.39 || includes all data and keys ||
|| JSXC || - || no backup needed ||
|| Let's Encrypt || 0.42 || ||
|| Matrix Synapse || 0.39 || includes media and uploads ||
|| !MediaWiki || 0.39 || includes wiki pages and uploaded files ||
|| Minetest || 0.39 || ||
|| MLDonkey || 19.0 || ||
|| Monkeysphere || 0.42 || ||
|| Mumble || 0.40 || ||
|| Names || - || no backup needed ||
|| Networks || No || No plans currently to implement backup ||
|| OpenVPN || 0.48 || includes all user and server keys ||
|| Pagekite || 0.40 || ||
|| Power || - || no backup needed ||
|| Privoxy || - || no backup needed ||
|| Quassel || 0.40 || includes users and logs ||
|| Radicale || 0.39 || includes calendar and cards data for all users ||
|| Roundcube || - || no backup needed ||
|| SearX || - || no backup needed ||
|| Secure Shell (SSH) Server || 0.41 || includes host keys ||
|| Security || 0.41 || ||
|| Shadowsocks || 0.40 || only secrets ||
|| Sharing || 0.40 || does not include the data in the shared folders ||
|| Snapshot || 0.41 || only configuration, does not include snapshot data ||
|| Storage || - || no backup needed ||
|| Syncthing || 0.48 || does not include data in the shared folders ||
|| Tahoe-LAFS || 0.42 || includes all data and configuration ||
|| Tiny Tiny RSS || 19.2 || includes database containing feeds, stories, etc. ||
|| Tor || 0.42 || includes configuration and secrets such as onion service keys ||
|| Transmission || 0.40 || does not include downloaded/seeding files ||
|| Upgrades || 0.42 || ||
|| Users || No || No plans currently to implement backup ||

=== How to install and use Backups ===

'''Step 1'''

{{attachment:Backups_Step1_v49.png|Backups: Step 1|width=800}}

'''Step 2'''

{{attachment:Backups_Step2_v49.png|Backups: Step 2|width=800}}

'''Step 3'''

{{attachment:Backups_Step3_v49.png|Backups: Step 3|width=800}}

'''Step 4'''

{{attachment:Backups_Step4_v49.png|Backups: Step 4|width=800}}

'''Step 5'''

{{attachment:Backups_Step5_v49.png|Backups: Step 5|width=800}}

'''Step 6'''

{{attachment:Backups_Step6_v49.png|Backups: Step 6|width=800}}

'''Step 7'''

{{attachment:Backups_Step7_v49.png|Backups: Step 7|width=800}}


=== External links ===

 * Upstream project: https://www.borgbackup.org
 * User documentation: https://borgbackup.readthedocs.io/en/stable/


## END_INCLUDE

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CategoryFreedomBox

Translation(s): English - Español

Backups

FreedomBox includes the ability to backup and restore data, preferences, configuration and secrets from most of the applications. The Backups feature is built using Borg backup software. Borg is a deduplicating and compressing backup program. It is designed for efficient and secure backups. This backups feature can be used to selectively backup and restore data on an app-by-app basis. Backed up data can be stored on the FreedomBox machine itself or on a remote server. Any remote server providing SSH access can be used as a backup storage repository for FreedomBox backups. Data stored remotely may be encrypted and in such cases remote server cannot access your decrypted data.

Status of Backups Feature

App/Feature

Support in Version

Notes

Avahi

-

no backup needed

Backups

-

no backup needed

Bind

0.41

Cockpit

-

no backup needed

Datetime

0.41

Deluge

0.41

does not include downloaded/seeding files

Diagnostics

-

no backup needed

Dynamic DNS

0.39

ejabberd

0.39

includes all data and configuration

Firewall

-

no backup needed

ikiwiki

0.39

includes all wikis/blogs and their content

infinoted

0.39

includes all data and keys

JSXC

-

no backup needed

Let's Encrypt

0.42

Matrix Synapse

0.39

includes media and uploads

MediaWiki

0.39

includes wiki pages and uploaded files

Minetest

0.39

MLDonkey

19.0

Monkeysphere

0.42

Mumble

0.40

Names

-

no backup needed

Networks

No

No plans currently to implement backup

OpenVPN

0.48

includes all user and server keys

Pagekite

0.40

Power

-

no backup needed

Privoxy

-

no backup needed

Quassel

0.40

includes users and logs

Radicale

0.39

includes calendar and cards data for all users

Roundcube

-

no backup needed

SearX

-

no backup needed

Secure Shell (SSH) Server

0.41

includes host keys

Security

0.41

Shadowsocks

0.40

only secrets

Sharing

0.40

does not include the data in the shared folders

Snapshot

0.41

only configuration, does not include snapshot data

Storage

-

no backup needed

Syncthing

0.48

does not include data in the shared folders

Tahoe-LAFS

0.42

includes all data and configuration

Tiny Tiny RSS

19.2

includes database containing feeds, stories, etc.

Tor

0.42

includes configuration and secrets such as onion service keys

Transmission

0.40

does not include downloaded/seeding files

Upgrades

0.42

Users

No

No plans currently to implement backup

How to install and use Backups

Step 1

Backups: Step 1

Step 2

Backups: Step 2

Step 3

Backups: Step 3

Step 4

Backups: Step 4

Step 5

Backups: Step 5

Step 6

Backups: Step 6

Step 7

Backups: Step 7

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