As you're on a synology, use the apps there to remote copy the backups. there sure is an app that enables cloud or remote backup of content, so all you have to do is find out when the backup is done and start the copy job afterwards.No, the PBS is a VM (on premises) which backs up the other VMs to a SYNOLOGY NAS over the network locally. for more security I want backup a copy of my backups/all to an external backup solution or a server as I said in previous message which is hosted with OVH as an example.
Curious as to which rsync options you'd recommend?You're welcome.
The sync feature built into PBS works only if there is a second PBS on your remote site. If you have "just a normal server" there you could think about syncing your datastore via rsync. Or - if the connection is fast and reliable - you could mount a remote filesystem into your local PBS.
Besides: your screenshot shows it "the wrong way around". As I wrote earlier you pull the backups from the local server, that is on the remote server you want the backups copied to you configure the sync functionality and it pulls the data from your local machine.
Curious as to which rsync options you'd recommend?
Right now, I have a local PBS server that gets synced to a remote PBS server with an external drive. For safety measures I have been running a
/usr/bin/rsync -aHxPz --delete-after in the crontab to back it up to a Synology nfs server. I guess a cloud version using Cloud Sync could work too but it's quite sizeable now.