Sync a local filesystem on linux, windows and osx incremental and encrypted with google drive simliar to rsync. You can also restore the encrypted data back to a local filesystem. It works as a complete backup solution for your private data.
Other compareable backup solutions like duplicity upload one big encrypted 'base' archive with additional delta archive files. After a few months you must upload a new fresh 'base' archive to avoid hundreds of delta files. This approach, while widely used in various backup solutions, is problematic for private async DSL connections. To solve these issues each file is encrypted and uploaded separately.
To get a first impression you should take a look at this screenshot.
The encryption is based on OpenPGP with AES 256 (optional) and a passphrase. It is possible to decrypt uploaded files with a normal OpenPGP compatible tool like 'gpg' or 'gpg2'.
Encrypted data includes:
Filechanges are detected by comparing the file metadata. It uses a local cachefile to speedup the incremental update. The local cachefile is completly restoreable by analysing the serverside archived metadata.
Supported Services are:
To provide additional cloud targets like Amazon Cloud Drive or Microsoft OneDrive just implement 6 functions from the interface Connector.java.
git clone https://github.com/HolgerHees/cloudsync.git cd cloudsync mvn install
To use, copy
'config/cloudsync.config' and set the following;
PASSPHRASE: your master password used for encrypt/decrypt
There are two authentication options, either using an Installed Application or Service Account.
Both options require that you enable the Google Drive API.
Follow these instructions to set the following;
This process requires more configuration however will ensure you can run unattended.
GOOGLE_DRIVE_SERVICE_ACCOUNT_USER- The Google Drive user, ie..
GOOGLE_DRIVE_SERVICE_ACCOUNT_PRIVATE_KEY_P12_PATH- The full or relative path to your P12 file.
To create a backup of '/data', call:
./cloudsync --backup /data --name dataBackup
to restore a backup into '/restore', call:
./cloudsync --restore /restore --name dataBackup
for a complete list of options, see below:
usage: cloudsync <options> -b,--backup <path> Create or refresh backup of <path> -r,--restore <path> Restore a backup into <path> -c,--clean <path> Repair 'cloudsync*.cache' file and put leftover file into <path> -l,--list List the contents of an backup -n,--name <name> Backup name of --backup, --restore, --clean or --list --config <path> Config file path. Default is './config/cloudsync.config' --followlinks <extern|all|none> How to handle symbolic links <extern> - follow symbolic links if the target is outside from the current directory hierarchy - (default) <all> - follow all symbolic links <none> - don't follow any symbolic links --existing <stop|update|skip|rename> Behavior on files that exists localy during --restore <stop> - stop immediately - (default) <update> - replace file <skip> - skip file <rename> - extend the name with an autoincrement number --history <count> Before remove or update a file or folder move it to a history folder. Use a maximum of <count> history folders --include <pattern> Include content of --backup, --restore and --list if the path matches the regex based ^<pattern>$. Multiple patterns can be separated with an '|' character. --exclude <pattern> Exclude content of --backup, --restore and --list if the path matches the regex based ^<pattern>$. Multiple patterns can be separated with an '|' character. --permissions <set|ignore|try> Behavior how to handle acl permissions during --restore <set> - set all permissions and ownerships - (default) <ignore> - ignores all permissions and ownerships <try> - ignores invalid and not assignable permissions and ownerships --nocache Don't use 'cloudsync*.cache' file for --backup or --list (much slower) --forcestart Ignore a existing pid file. Should only be used after a previous crashed job. --noencryption Don't encrypt uploaded data --dry-run Perform a trial run of --backup or --restore with no changes made. --progress Show progress during transfer and encryption. --retries <number> Number of network operation retries before an error is thrown (default: 6). --waitretry <seconds> Number of seconds between 2 retries (default: 10). --network-error <exception|ask|continue> How to continue on network problems <exception> - Throw an exception - (default) <ask> - Show a command prompt (Y/n) to continue <continue> - Show a warning and continue --file-error <exception|message> How to continue on blocked files or permission problems <exception> - Throw an exception - (default) <message> - Show a error log message --logfile <path> Log message to <path> --cachefile <path> Cache data to <path> --min_tmp_file_size <size> Minimum file size <size> in bytes to use tmp files (default: 134217728) -v,--version Show version number -h,--help Show this help