I need to perform onsite backups of hundreds of gigabytes from a few Xen VMs to some storage available on a dedicated server in the same network, with a Gigabit connection. The data is mostly MySQL ...
We have a bunch of SSH, GPG, SSL and other private keys that, obviously: must only be available to the smallest number of people possible can't be "lost" if a hard drive dies or the building burns ...
I've found plenty of posts online about this but none that actually answer my question. I'm trying to back up my system in such a way that the files end up encrypted on my backup drive. Here's a ...
Currently, we can perform and encrypt a Windows backup with ntbackup and GPG in 2 separate steps in a batch script, as below: ntbackup backup "@selection_file.bks" /f "backup_file.bak" gpg ...