In the era of GDPR, making backups comply with all regulations can be a busy task. I am looking for a backup tool for linux that allows me to:

  1. Selectively delete files in the backup.
  2. Do a backup from a client that only has access to a public key.

bacula seems like it could fulfill my requirements, but its documentation is quite verbose. If someone knows that it does fulfill my requirements, that would be of help, too.

  • Duplicati 2 (which can be configured to use GPG which can use public-key crypto) could be an option here but doesn't have a stable release yet nor can it delete old files without access to the decryption key. – SEJPM Sep 6 '18 at 12:25

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