Author: René Wagner <email@example.com>
Date: Sun, 22 Nov 2020 19:49:54 +0100
2 files changed, 18 insertions(+), 9 deletions(-)
diff --git a/hosting.gmi b/hosting.gmi
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
# my self-hosting setup
-My gemini capsule is - in company with some other services - run at a server at my home. This site describes the
+My gemini capsule is - in company with some other services - run on a server at my home. This site describes the setup and why i've choosen it.
@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@ A UPS will so be added to the setup.
+- NFS server
- DLNA (with miniDLNA)
## backup strategy
@@ -51,6 +51,15 @@ My backup strategy is split in 2 parts:
- semi-automatic local backups
- automatic "cloud" backup
-"local backups" means "sync the data to another hard disk
+### local backups
+I have 3 hard disks which hold a rotating backup that is created once a week. The disks rest in a fire-prove safe in my house.
+The data is rsync'ed to the disks. This results in full-backups reaching back 3 weeks which can be accessed directly by attaching the disk to an arbitrary system.
+### cloud backups
+The "cloud" backups are created automatically every night. It creates a full-backup every month and incremental backups in between. These backups are compressed and encrypted.
+If opted for duplicity as a long-standing, proven backup solution which suits my use case.
+=> http://duplicity.nongnu.org/ duplicity homepage
=> index.gmi [home]
diff --git a/index.gmi b/index.gmi
@@ -6,9 +6,9 @@
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-Welcome to my gemini capsule @ clttr.info!
+# Welcome to my gemini capsule @ clttr.info!
### 2020-11-22 where is this capsule run?
gemini is great for people who'd like to be indepented and self-host their services. For whom it may interest i've added a description of my setup. See the *info* section below.
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ gemini aims for simplicity, but there's ongoing chat on the mailinglist to add t
=> hosting.gmi What looks my self-hosting setup like?
Perl maybe considered oldschool by many, but it is still very good in text processing - which is the very core of gemini. Therefore it is obvious to use perl for cgi with gemini.
=> https://sr.ht/~rwa/gmni-perl-cgi/ cgi scripts for gmnisrv written in Perl
@@ -36,19 +36,19 @@ As a amateur photographer i've create some open source tools which support my wo
=> https://sr.ht/~rwa/photo-workflow photo-workflow tools on sr.ht
=> photo/ more information about my photo workflow and the tools
-# About me
+## About me
I started my "computer career" in the late 1980s, when i wrote BASIC programs on one of these:
=> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KC_85 Robotron KC85/4
I've since been a tech addict interested in coding and admin stuff. I embrace the KISS principle, i guess that's why i'm so excited about gemini.
-I run a few sites on the "ordinary web":
+I run a few public sites on the "ordinary web":
=> https://fotowolke.net german photography community
=> https://forum.diesel2rad.de web forum about diesel-engine powered motorcycles
=> https://clttr.info my private shortlink service
=> https://nerdculture.de/@schwurbel Mastodon account
=> https://fotowolke.net/rwa My photo showcase