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bup-ftp(1) General Commands Manual bup-ftp(1)
bup-ftp - ftp-like client for navigating bup repositories
bup ftp is a command-line tool for navigating bup repositories. It has commands similar to the Unix ftp(1) command. The file hierarchy is
the same as that shown by bup-fuse(1) and bup-ls(1).
Note: if your system has the python-readline library installed, you can use the <tab> key to complete filenames while navigating your
backup data. This will save you a lot of typing.
The following commands are available inside bup ftp:
ls [-s] [-a] [path]
print the contents of a directory. If no path argument is given, the current directory's contents are listed. If -a is given, also
include hidden files (files which start with a . character). If -s is given, each file is displayed with its hash from the bup ar-
chive to its left.
change to a different working directory
pwd print the path of the current working directory
print the contents of one or more files to stdout
get filename localname
download the contents of filename and save it to disk as localname. If localname is omitted, uses filename as the local name.
download the contents of the given filenames and stores them to disk under the same names. The filenames may contain Unix filename
globs (*, ?, etc.)
help print a list of available commands
quit exit the bup ftp client
$ bup ftp
bup> cd mybackup/
2010-02-05-185507@ 2010-02-05-185508@ latest@
bup> cd latest/
bup> get myfile
bup-fuse(1), bup-ls(1), bup-save(1), bup-restore(1)
Part of the bup(1) suite.
Avery Pennarun <email@example.com>.
Bup unknown- bup-ftp(1)