Hi all:

In message <cahgau9j7-kp22sw_v8emblsucmv_jac3txj3f+d0z9jv94m...@mail.gmail.com>
Florian Balmer writes:
>Richard Hipp:
>> ... create your backups by cloning and syncing ...
>Thank you for your comments.
>I see, this completely makes sense.
>The process of "restoring" a repository from backup would include
>copying database files, as syncing from backup → original might not
>work if something's gone awry with the original. My main concern here
>is that the cloned backup really includes everything from the original
>(configuration, etc.). But hearing again (haven't you already outlined
>the "cloning as backup strategy" recently, on this list?) that it
>works for the experts should give me the faith to trust it.

Does a clone/sync grab passwords and user accounts as well? I thought those
weren't copied in the clone but were private to the repository.

                                -- rouilj
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