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    subvenS

    @CBCUN any decent hoster can upload with a speed of 10MB/s so for a 600GB backup it should take 16-18 hours. My Cloudron backup is ~80GB TGZ and it takes 35-45 minutes to backup from a Netcup RS to a Hetzner storage box. Either your source/target system is slow as hell or something else is bottlenecking. What method do you use? I found TGZ to be way faster because of the many many small files. If you have larger files, maybe RSYNC is the way to go. A good solution would be a (maybe self hosted) S3 Storage together with RSYNC. I use Minio for one of my backup instances and the backup from Cloudron is blazing fast as most of the work is done by the target machine.

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    @nebulon and @girish

    I am not proxying, nor using Cloudflare for my server.

    Which, security wise is probably very stupid. but recently I have been able to upload a 10gig file and I have been slowly adding to my collection.

    You can mark as resolved if desired, but I will report back if it fails again

  • Backup issues with minio

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    @savity Worked Perfekt Thanks

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    @shan I will mark this thread as solved. Let's follow up at https://forum.cloudron.io/topic/7750/backup-uploads-time-out-after-12-hours-can-no-longer-manually-adjust-timeout-to-be-longer