Backblaze B2 Rsync

Posted : admin On 1/29/2022

Open a command prompt and type rclone config. We will start by creating a “backblaze” container pointing to our B2 bucket. Select ‘n’ for a new remote and name it “backblaze”. Use the bucket applicationKeyId as the account and the Application Key itself as the key.

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João Dalvi

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'rsync for cloud storage' - Google Drive, S3, Dropbox, Backblaze B2, One Drive, Swift, Hubic, Wasabi, Google Cloud Storage, Yandex Files - Hsury/rclone. Log in using 'backblaze' as the username and the password you obtained from your B2 account In the browser window, navigate to ‘Control Panel’ Navigate to ‘Shared Folder’ Click once on ‘DataForB2’to select it. Open a command prompt and type rclone config. We will start by creating a “backblaze” container pointing to our B2 bucket. Select ‘n’ for a new remote and name it “backblaze”. Use the bucket applicationKeyId as the account and the Application Key itself as the key. B2 supports multiple Application Keys for different access permission to B2 Buckets. You can use these with rclone too; you will need to use rclone version 1.43 or later. Follow Backblaze's docs to create an Application Key with the required permission and add the applicationKeyId as the account and the Application Key itself as the key.

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Hey there, people. I have some doubts about Cloud Sync tasks that I cannot figure out, nor find on the docs or google.
I need to know how does the cloud sync tasks work. Does it use rsync or something like that? Does it have some kind of transport encryption, or is my data transfered unencrypted over the internet to backblaze servers?
And finally, is there a way to sync files to backblaze in such a way that they cannot read my files, in such a way that they leave my FreeNAS server encrypted?