I have about 800GB of files in hundreds of sub-folders on a computer with a flaky internet connection. Each file is roughly 4-8MB in size. I would like to Sync these to the cloud as a backup solution.
Here are the issues thus far:
- Google Drive: no native Linux client, and every third-party client I've tried (GRive, RClone, InSync) have failed spectacularly (InSync deleted half my files before I pulled the plug.)
- Dropbox: has potential, and I've used it for personal use flawlessly for years — but I am turned off by the pricing structure (if multiple people need to access the data, it gets rather expensive)
- I'm happy with using a roll-your-own cloud storage solution, but the client seems to be the trick: it needs to continually monitor changes, and be able to handle frequent internet drops / slow / flaky connection (see note about Grive, RClone, etc)
In short, has anyone found an easy click-and-forget solution for backing up (one-way sync) massive amount of data to the cloud?