As the doctor gone rogue

February 6, 2017

Backing up FreeNAS to Amazon S3

Filed under: bash — hypotheses @ 7:59 am

Going through the AWS tutorial about creating File GateWay on my own is not exactly a walk in the park. Although I managed to install awscli and configured the basic requirement, there’s a missing gap that I haven’t quite figured out. This saves me lots of time trying to figure out how I can back up data already live on ZFS FreeNas to AmazonS3.


aws s3 sync /mnt/data/ s3://mybucket

What’s left to figure out next would be how to get all the files out when I need it, and how much it would cost, how to save those cost, etc. For the later part, I guess having AWS free credits does help a lot.

Take a look at the full guide following the link below.

ZFS is excellent at storing all your data safely but “there are still lots of potential ways for your data to die, and you still need to back up your pool. Period. PERIOD!” The process …

Source: Backing up FreeNAS to Amazon S3

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