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NAME ^

brackup-target - Manage your backup targets

SYNOPSIS ^

 $ brackup-target [opts] <target_name> list_backups
 $ brackup-target [opts] <target_name> get_backup <backup_file>
 $ brackup-target [opts] <target_name> get_backups
 $ brackup-target [opts] <target_name> delete_backup <backup_file>
 $ brackup-target [opts] <target_name> prune   # remove old backups
 $ brackup-target [opts] <target_name> gc      # run garbage collector

OPTIONS

--dest=DIR

Destination to write files to. Defaults to current working directory.

--verbose|-v

Be verbose with status.

--dry-run

Do not actually execute write operations.

--keep-backups

To be used in combination with the prune command. This overrides the keep_backups option specified in the configuration file.

--source <source>

To be used in combination with the prune command. This restricts the prune operation to only delete backup files from the given source.

--interactive

To be used in combination with the gc command. Runs interactively, requiring an explicit confirmation before deleting chunks that have been garbage collected. Implies --verbose.

WARRANTY ^

Brackup is distributed as-is and comes without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied. We aren't responsible for your data loss.

SEE ALSO ^

brackup-restore

AUTHOR ^

Brad Fitzpatrick <brad@danga.com>

Copyright (c) 2006-2007 Six Apart, Ltd. All rights reserved.

This module is free software. You may use, modify, and/or redistribute this software under the terms of same terms as perl itself.

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