I have a Raspberry Pi 4 8GB RAM with Home Assistant OS 5.8. Right now, I am recovering my system from a major disaster with the previous (not supported) installation.
Anyway, in my system, I have lots of Fibaro dimmers/switches. All of them were paired/configured with the old configuration. When my system crashed, it seems that I had been taking incomplete (?) “full” snapshots . Or, at least not all that was necessary for a successful and complete recovery. I suppose that it was my own fault, but thinking of what just have happened:
What is an idiot proof way of backing up my current system completely? Other threads discusses RAID (f ex this one: Advice on system-setup) but that is not exactly my cup of tea and I don’t understand if that is an alternative for use with Raspberry Pi 4 8GB RAM with Home Assistant OS 5.8? Are there any RAID-software solutions which works right out of the box? (I don’t know what to search for)
Theoretically question: If I, for any reason, accidentally crash my existing ZWave controller UZB1 (attached to my raspberry pi 4), is it possible to replace it with a new one? Or do I have to reset every single receiver in my house and repair them with a new controller? What is the best practise?