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    To answer the original question: I think root user is the first/admin user that you signed up with Wasabi. If you create users after that, they are called sub-users. Depending on your setup, you have to create a key for the root user or sub user. I guess you can just create the key for root user if you are not using sub-users. See https://docs.wasabi.com/docs/creating-a-user-account-and-access-key

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    Dont use Wasabi

    Use Idrive

  • Spelling Mistake - Cloudon 7.3

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    @dylightful thanks, fixed now with https://git.cloudron.io/cloudron/dashboard/-/commit/8de1befcdb98a715c1542204fa389c051f340bd8

  • Wasabi Timed Deleted Storage

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    @Aizat said in Wasabi Timed Deleted Storage:

    @timconsidine thanks, I'll check Scaleway and Hetzner out 🙂

    FYI both (aside from Hetzner US location where they're just co-locating)) are 100% powered by renewable energy too, imho an important consideration in a climate emergency 🙂

  • restoring apps from wasabi

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    @girish right, I figured that out! Thank you! I am downloading that 10gb data now.. wuih! You are saviour!

  • Wasabi global issues

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    @girish Yeah, we were back up about 2:30pm UK time today.

  • Help with Wasabi mounting

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    @cdolson How are the speeds?

  • Wasabi for Cloudron Backups

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    @girish Hi. I believe I am on: v6.3.5 (Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS).

    I actually got it working now using RSYNC instead of a Tarball.

    However, using RSYNC takes a long time so my question now is why the Tarball method doesn't work - there may be no temp folder to keep the zipped file I suspect, or something like that.

    My next question is what is the restore process - but I am not there yet.

    Thanks.

  • Backup failed: Task 39 timed out.

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    girishG

    @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