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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.

Notes for Specific App Backups

App/Feature

Notes

Avahi

no backup needed

Backups

no backup needed

Cockpit

no backup needed

Deluge

does not include downloaded/seeding files

Diagnostics

no backup needed

ejabberd

includes all data and configuration

Firewall

no backup needed

ikiwiki

includes all wikis/blogs and their content

infinoted

includes all data and keys

JSXC

no backup needed

Matrix Synapse

includes media and uploads

MediaWiki

includes wiki pages and uploaded files

Names

no backup needed

Networks

No plans currently to implement backup

OpenVPN

includes all user and server keys

Power

no backup needed

Privoxy

no backup needed

Quassel

includes users and logs

Radicale

includes calendar and cards data for all users

Roundcube

no backup needed

Samba

does not include the data in the shared folders

SearX

no backup needed

Secure Shell (SSH) Server

includes host keys

Shadowsocks

only secrets

Sharing

does not include the data in the shared folders

Snapshot

only configuration, does not include snapshot data

Storage

no backup needed

Syncthing

does not include data in the shared folders

Tahoe-LAFS

includes all data and configuration

Tiny Tiny RSS

includes database containing feeds, stories, etc.

Tor

includes configuration and secrets such as onion service keys

Transmission

does not include downloaded/seeding files

Users

No plans currently to implement backup

How to install and use Backups

Step 1

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Step 7

Backups: Step 7

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