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STOREBACKUPRECOVER(1)					User Contributed Perl Documentation				     STOREBACKUPRECOVER(1)

NAME
storeBackupRecover.pl - recovers files saved with storeBackup.pl. SYNOPSIS
storeBackupRecover.pl -r restore [-b root] -t targetDir [--flat] [-o] [--tmpdir] [--noHardLinks] [-p number] [-v] [-n] [--cpIsGnu] [--noGnuCp] OPTIONS
--restoreTree, -r file or (part of) the tree to restore when restoring a file, the file name in the backup has to be used (eg. with compression suffix) --backupRoot, -b root of storeBackup tree, normally not needed --targetDir, -t directory for unpacking --flat do not create subdirectories --overwrite, -o overwrite existing files --tmpdir, -T directory for temporary file, default is <$tmpdir> --noHardLinks do not reconstruct hard links in restore tree --noRestoreParallel, -p max no of paralell programs to unpack, default is 12 reduce this number if you are restoring blocked files and the system has insufficient RAM --verbose, -v print verbose messages --noRestored, -n print number of restored dirs, hardlinks, symlinks, files, ... --noGnuCp overwrite information in backup: you do not have gnucp installed (only relevant for sockets, block and character devices) COPYRIGHT
Copyright (c) 2002-2009,2012 by Heinz-Josef Claes (see README). Published under the GNU General Public License v3 or any later version perl v5.14.2 2012-03-03 STOREBACKUPRECOVER(1)

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STOREBACKUPUPDATEBACKUP(1)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				STOREBACKUPUPDATEBACKUP(1)

NAME
storeBackupUpdateBackup.pl - updates / finalizes backups created by storeBackup.pl with option --lateLink, --lateCompress SYNOPSIS
storeBackupUpdateBackup.pl -b backupDirectory [--autorepair] [--print] [--verbose] [--debug] [--lockFile] [--noCompress] [--progressReport number] [--checkOnly] [--logFile [--suppressTime] [-m maxFilelen] [[-n noOfOldFiles] | [--saveLogs]] [--compressWith compressprog]] storeBackupUpdateBackup.pl --interactive --backupDir topLevlDir [--autorepair] [--print] WARNING
!!! USAGE IN PARALLEL WITH storeBackup.pl CAN DESTROY YOUR BACKUPS !!! OPTIONS
--interactive, -i interactive mode for reparing / deleting currupted backups created with option '--lateLinks' --backupDir, -b top level directory of all backups (must exist) --autorepair, -a repair simple inconsistencies automatically without requesting the action --print print configuration read from configuration file and stop --verbose, -v verbose messages --debug, -d generate detailed information about the files with the linking information in it --lockFile, -L lock file, if exist, new instances will finish if an old is already running If set to the same file as in storeBackup it will prevent $prog from running in parallel to storeBackup, default is $lockFile --noCompress maximal number of parallel compress operations, default = chosen automatically --checkOnly -c do not perform any action, only check consistency --progressReport print progress report: after each 'number' files when compressing after each 'number * 1000' files when linking after each 'number * 10000' files when performing chmod --logFile, -l logFile, Default: stdout --suppressTime suppress output of time in logfile --maxFilelen, -m maximal length of log file, default = 1e6 --noOfOldFiles, -n number of old log files, default = 5 --saveLogs save log files with date and time instead of deleting the old (with [-noOldFiles]) --compressWith compress saved log files (e.g. with 'gzip -9'). default is 'bzip2' COPYRIGHT
Copyright (c) 2008,2012 by Heinz-Josef Claes. Published under the GNU General Public License v3 or any later version perl v5.14.2 2012-06-16 STOREBACKUPUPDATEBACKUP(1)
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