Would be great to see Fider on Cloudron.
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My Cloudron server should store it's backup on a Raspberry Pi running offsite on a different place than the server. I've tried to do this with Minio running on the Raspberry Pi via a Wireguard VPN. While this basically works for a small amount of data, this doesn't work with a huge amount of data (currently ~1TB). The Minio server uses all available resources on the Raspberry Pi and Cloudron stops after 4h, stating the backup takes too long. I've also tried to increase this timeout by fiddling around in the code, but even after many hours the backup doesn't finish. The connection between the Cloudron server and the backup target has 1 Gbit/s, so bandwith is definitively enough.
I did some experiments with Restic and Minio, but the initial backup didn't finish after 8h waiting. So I decided to give Restic rest server a try, this worked much better and also caused much less load on the Raspberry Pi.
Feature request: Please integrate Restic as the backup tool into Cloudron. It has a huge user base and supports a lot of backends, no backend would have to be integrated manually into Cloudron again.
Thanks for considering this suggestion.
Since the 1st of April 2018 this project has moved to it's own Organisation (https://github.com/LycheeOrg) where people are able to submit their fixes to it. We, the Organisation owners, want to thank electerious (Tobias Reich) for the opportunity to make this project live on.
I would love to see Lychee updated regularly, like the other apps on Cloudron...
Regarding backup, please also have a look at https://forum.cloudron.io/topic/1575/backup-improvements-restic-as-backend. Thanks.
UMap would be fantastic to see!