BitWarden - self hosted password manager using vaultwarden/server image

Docker BitWarden - self hosted password manager using vaultwarden/server image

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Docker BitWarden - self hosted password manager using vaultwarden/server image

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I periodically go into Docker and EXPORT the container into a subdirectory in my Docker shared folder. And, I use hyperbackup to back up the entire Docker shared folder (which includes all the data, settings, etc for all my docker containers/applications) to another NAS every two hours.

I just exported my containers to the docker shared folder, I never included that. Currently I run snapshots on docker shared folder every 12 hours, and hyper backup ever 24 hours off site.
 
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How are you guys backing up Bitwarden (Vaultwarden image)? Is it safe to use hyper backup or snapshot replication to take snapshots considering its a sqlite3 database? Or are you doing backups through the admin page "Backup database?"
I’m using Snapshot & Replication to replicate the docker shared folder, and also Hyperback to backup to another NAS. And I’m also running daily mariadb database dump via script to a local back folder and to a USB thumb-drive.

In case of a disaster and something happens to my docker folder I still have the database safely on a thumb drive.

Don’t know if it is waterproof but it works for me.
 

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How are you guys backing up Bitwarden (Vaultwarden image)
I switched to Docker Compose. Saving the compose YML file (located in /docker/vaultwarden) and backing up the shared folder /docker where my volume mappings reside, covers it all.
 
I do pretty much the same, except that all my compose files are in git repos and my volumes are stored on "Portworx" (only recommended for k8s/swarm cluster setups, adds no value for a single docker node), which always creates an additional replica per volume. From time to time I "remove" all my deployments, create consistent backups of my volumes and re-reploy everything again.
 

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How are you guys backing up Bitwarden (Vaultwarden image)? Is it safe to use hyper backup or snapshot replication to take snapshots considering its a sqlite3 database? Or are you doing backups through the admin page "Backup database?"
Snapshot works just fine for me
 

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