What is the best ways to keep my Google Cloud Storage bucket data safe?

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I want to keep offsite backups so object versioning won't help I guess.

I was looking was to keep incremental, rsync-like local copies of my buckets. I was hoping gsutil would be able to have a sync command (like s3cmd does), but it doesn't seem to have something of that sort.

What's the best way I could achieve this?
Oct 16, 2019 in GCP by Sam
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There's rsync command that could be used with gsutil (introduced starting in version 4). 

You could probably use it to synchronize data from your bucket to a local disk.

answered Oct 16, 2019 by Sirajul
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