I'm am running a dedicated server at Hetzner. I was thinking about setup up a VPS at OVH with an object storage in stead of a dedicated server for the backup of the seafile server (via https://manual.seafile.com/deploy_pro/real_time_backup.html). Another solution is to backup the seafile server, no VPS and only an object storage (backup via rsync).
Which option would be best? For the record: the real time backup works very good, but does not - as far as I know - allow to use the garbage cleaner.
For the object storage I can choose between:
I can choose between "Object Storage" and "Cloud Archive" .
Free incoming traffic
Outgoing traffic: £0.011 ex. VAT/GB
Data: £0.007 ex. VAT/month/GB
Incoming traffic: £0.008 ex. VAT/GB
Outgoing traffic: £0.008 ex. VAT/GB
Data: £0.0016 ex. VAT/month/GB
Although it doesn't mention "replication" it mentions "Each file is stored several times inside a redundant infrastructure. What's more, an automated system is constantly ensuring the integrity of your data. Each file is divided into several fragments and each fragment is written within a different storage unit. If a missing fragment is detected, it's automatically rebuilt through a specific algorithm that uses the other fragments. ".
I have about 1TB of data.
Which option would be best?