Better than that, I am only allowing traffic only between nodes and from my pc. And my pc has dynamic ip so I update it with following bash to update ip in rules in case of ip change:
# crontab -e : */5 * * * * sh /updateip.sh
# /etc/init.d/cron restart...
I was able to create two task so :
root@backup:~# /usr/sbin/pve-zsync sync --source 184.108.40.206:101 --dest D3 --name 101DAILY --maxsnap 10 --method ssh
root@backup:~# /usr/sbin/pve-zsync sync --source 220.127.116.11:101 --dest D4 --name 101WEEKLY --maxsnap 10 --method ssh
Then I was able to see...
I think it is not with crons because one job which is daily will eares weekly one. So I meant to create two seperate sync jobs. But this time I will also (I think) need to create two dataset for each jobs.?
I want to take snapshos of zfs weekly and daily. So can I create two cron task like:
/usr/sbin/pve-zsync sync --source 18.104.22.168:100 --dest D3 --name 101DAILY --maxsnap 10 --method ssh
/usr/sbin/pve-zsync sync --source 22.214.171.124:100 --dest D3 --name 101WEEK --maxsnap 10 --method ssh
/usr/sbin/pve-zsync sync --source xx.xx.xx.xx:119 --dest D3 --name 119 --maxsnap 10 --method ssh
cannot create snapshot 'P1/vm-119-disk-0@rep_119_2019-09-04_10:22:20': out of space
But there are enough space to create snapshot.
root@hs1:~# zfs get all P1
Server is located at hetzner and they say it will take around 14 hours to check hardware which is too long for me. I loose all connection to server ssh, ping etc. and I send a hardware reset from panel and it becomes online again.
Only things I found in logs are; but in two months, this...