The SSME stores backups of user data for remote LXD endpoints as well as contains passwords and the various remote, project, and site defintions which describe your various project deployments.
It's very important to back all this information up.
The goal would be to mount a host drive at /home/ubuntu/backup then run backup.sh which creates an encrypted duplicity archive under /home/ubuntu/backup. When
ss-mgmt is stopped and/or destroyed, the host folder gets unmounted resulting in a directory containing JUST the encrypted duplicity archive.
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