Setting up Backup requires some basic know-how to use
Terminal to perform the necessary configurations according to the instructions.
If you do not understand what you are doing, please skip this backup storage!
1.1 Install Rclone
You can install Rclone via
If you already have Rclone installed on the server, you can skip this step.
1.2 Create new storage connection for Rclone
Go to the
Terminal feature on XVPS and start the process by typing the command:
1.3 New remote
Terminal will display suggestions as below; in this step, we press
n and press
enter to continue to the next step:
No remotes found, make a new one?
n) New remote
s) Set configuration password
q) Quit config
You will be asked what you want to name the new archive, here I set it as
mybackup and press
The name has no accents, no spaces, and no special characters (@ | & \ * ...)
Enter name for new remote.
1.5 Type of storage
In this step, you can choose much supported storage (Google Drive, One Drive, AWS3...). I choose
18 for example and press
enter to select Google Drive as the new storage in my provider storage list. You can choose other provider storage as you want, such as
32 - Microsoft Onedrive
Please note that the provider number can be different and changed from time to time per the Rclone version, so take a look at the wanted provider storage name before selecting them!
Type of storage to configure.
Choose a number from below, or type in your own value.
1 / 1Fichier
2 / Akamai NetStorage
3 / Alias for an existing remote
4 / Amazon Drive
\ (amazon cloud drive)
5 / Amazon S3 Compliant Storage Providers including AWS, Alibaba, Ceph, China Mobile, Cloudflare, ArvanCloud, Digital Ocean, Dreamhost, Huawei OBS, IBM COS, IDrive e2, Lyve Cloud, Minio, Netease, RackCorp, Scaleway, SeaweedFS, StackPath, Storj, Tencent COS and Wasabi
6 / Backblaze B2
7 / Better checksums for other remotes
8 / Box
9 / Cache a remote
10 / Citrix Sharefile
11 / Combine several remotes into one
12 / Compress a remote
13 / Dropbox
14 / Encrypt/Decrypt a remote
15 / Enterprise File Fabric
16 / FTP
17 / Google Cloud Storage (this is not Google Drive)
\ (google cloud storage)
18 / Google Drive
19 / Google Photos
\ (google photos)
20 / HTTP
21 / Hadoop distributed file system
22 / HiDrive
23 / Hubic
24 / In memory object storage system.
25 / Internet Archive
26 / Jottacloud
27 / Koofr, Digi Storage and other Koofr-compatible storage providers
28 / Local Disk
29 / Mail.ru Cloud
30 / Mega
31 / Microsoft Azure Blob Storage
32 / Microsoft OneDrive
33 / OpenDrive
34 / OpenStack Swift (Rackspace Cloud Files, Memset Memstore, OVH)
35 / Pcloud
36 / Put.io
37 / QingCloud Object Storage
38 / SSH/SFTP
39 / Sia Decentralized Cloud
40 / Storj Decentralized Cloud Storage
41 / Sugarsync
42 / Transparently chunk/split large files
43 / Union merges the contents of several upstream fs
44 / Uptobox
45 / WebDAV
46 / Yandex Disk
47 / Zoho
48 / premiumize.me
49 / seafile
1.6 Continue to each step of the storage provider.
Each storage provider has its own setup methods. So please see its guide on the left menu for more information.