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About: Burp is a backup and restore program using librsync and also VSS (for Windows clients). Latest version.

burp.8.in  (burp-2.3.14.tar.bz2):burp.8.in  (burp-2.3.20.tar.bz2)
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\fB\-V\fR \fB\fR \fB\-V\fR \fB\fR
Print version and exit. Print version and exit.
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ADDITIONAL SERVER OPTIONS TO USE WITH '\-a c' ADDITIONAL SERVER OPTIONS TO USE WITH '\-a c'
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\fB\-C\fR \fB[client]\fR \fB\-C\fR \fB[client]\fR
Run as if forked via a connection from this client. Run as if forked via a connection from this client.
.SH CLIENT OPTIONS .SH CLIENT OPTIONS
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\fB\-a\fR \fB[b|t|r|l|L|v|delete|e|T|d|D]\fR \fB\-a\fR \fB[b|t|r|R|l|L|p|v|V|delete|e|T|d|D]\fR
Short for 'action'. The arguments mean backup, timed backup, restore, list, long Short for 'action'. The arguments mean backup, timed backup, restore, Restore, l
list, verify, delete, estimate, timer check, diff, or long diff, respectively. ist, long list, parseable list, verify, Verify, delete, estimate, timer check, d
iff, or long diff, respectively.
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\fB\-b\fR \fB[number|a]\fR \fB\-b\fR \fB[number|a]\fR
Short for 'backup number'. The argument is a number, or 'a' to select all Short for 'backup number'. The argument is a number, or 'a' to select all
backups. backups.
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\fB\-c\fR \fB[path]\fR \fB\-c\fR \fB[path]\fR
Short for 'config file'. The argument is a path to the config file. The default Short for 'config file'. The argument is a path to the config file. The default
is /etc/@name@/@name@.conf, or %PROGRAMFILES%\\@human_name@\\@name@.conf on Wind ows. is /etc/@name@/@name@.conf, or %PROGRAMFILES%\\@human_name@\\@name@.conf on Wind ows.
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\fB\-C\fR \fB[client]\fR \fB\-C\fR \fB[client]\fR
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\fB@name@ \-a v \-b 1 \-r myregex\fR \fB@name@ \-a v \-b 1 \-r myregex\fR
Verifies everything in backup number 1 that matches the regular expression 'myre gex'. Verifies everything in backup number 1 that matches the regular expression 'myre gex'.
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\fB@name@ \-a delete \-b 1\fR \fB@name@ \-a delete \-b 1\fR
Deletes backup number 1. Note that @name@ will not delete backup directories tha t other backup directories depend upon. Deletes backup number 1. Note that @name@ will not delete backup directories tha t other backup directories depend upon.
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\fB@name@ \-a d \-b 1 \-b 2\fR \fB@name@ \-a d \-b 1 \-b 2\fR
Report the differences between backups 1 and 2 (use \-a D for more verbosity). Report the differences between backups 1 and 2 (use \-a D for more verbosity).
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\fB@name@ \-a p \-b 1\fR
Lists all the files in backup number 1, in @name@-parsable list format. You may
append something like '>/tmp/restore_list' to send to a file, edit, then use as
an input for restoring. As in the following command:
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\fB@name@ \-a r \-b 1 \-o restore_list=/tmp/restore_list\fR
Restores from backup 7, matching the list of files given in /tmp/restore_list. T
he files given must be ordered as they would be in the output of a burp list com
mand.
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\fB@name@ \-a p -b 6 | @name@ \-a R \-b 7\fR
Restores from backup 7, matching the list of files on standard input, which is p
rovided by @name@'s list of backup 6 ('\-a R' is shorthand for '\-a r \-o restor
e_list=\-').
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\fB@name@ \-a p -b 6 | @name@ \-a V \-b 7\fR
Verifies from backup 7, matching the list of files on standard input, which is p
rovided by @name@'s list of backup 6 ('\-a V' is shorthand for '\-a v \-o restor
e_list=\-').
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\fB@name@ \-a s\fR \fB@name@ \-a s\fR
Run the ncurses status monitor. Run the ncurses status monitor.
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\fB@name@ \-a S\fR \fB@name@ \-a S\fR
Print a status monitor snapshot, summarising all clients. Print a status monitor snapshot, summarising all clients.
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\fB@name@ \-C testclient \-a S\fR \fB@name@ \-C testclient \-a S\fR
Print a status monitor snapshot, showing client 'testclient' only. Print a status monitor snapshot, showing client 'testclient' only.
.SH SERVER CONFIGURATION FILE OPTIONS .SH SERVER CONFIGURATION FILE OPTIONS
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\fBclient_lockdir=[path]\fR \fBclient_lockdir=[path]\fR
Path to the directory in which to keep per-client lock files. By default, this i s set to the path given by the 'directory' option. Path to the directory in which to keep per-client lock files. By default, this i s set to the path given by the 'directory' option.
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\fBuser=[username]\fR \fBuser=[username]\fR
Run as a particular user. This can be overridden by the client configuration fil es in clientconfdir on the server. Run as a particular user. This can be overridden by the client configuration fil es in clientconfdir on the server.
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\fBgroup=[groupname]\fR \fBgroup=[groupname]\fR
Run as a particular group. This can be overridden by the client configuration fi les in clientconfdir on the server. Run as a particular group. This can be overridden by the client configuration fi les in clientconfdir on the server.
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\fBreadall=[0|1]\fR
Keep readall capability when dropping root privileges (default 0). When enabled
changes default atime to 1.
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\fBumask=[umask]\fR \fBumask=[umask]\fR
Set the file creation umask. Default is 0022. Set the file creation umask. Default is 0022.
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\fBratelimit=[Mb/s]\fR \fBratelimit=[Mb/s]\fR
Set the network send rate limit, in Mb/s. If this option is not given, @name@ wi ll send data as fast as it can. If you want the server's sending speed to be lim ited, you will also need to set this option on the server side. Set the network send rate limit, in Mb/s. If this option is not given, @name@ wi ll send data as fast as it can. If you want the server's sending speed to be lim ited, you will also need to set this option on the server side.
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\fBnetwork_timeout=[s]\fR \fBnetwork_timeout=[s]\fR
Set the network timeout in seconds. If no data is sent or received over a period of this length, @name@ will give up. The default is 7200 seconds (2 hours). Set the network timeout in seconds. If no data is sent or received over a period of this length, @name@ will give up. The default is 7200 seconds (2 hours).
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\fBworking_dir_recovery_method=[resume|delete]\fR \fBworking_dir_recovery_method=[resume|delete]\fR
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\fBlabel=[string]\fR \fBlabel=[string]\fR
You can have multiple labels, and they can be overridden in the client configura tion files in clientconfdir on the server. They will appear as an array of strin gs in the server status monitor JSON output. The idea is to provide a mechanism for arbirtrary values to be passed to clients of the server status monitor. You can have multiple labels, and they can be overridden in the client configura tion files in clientconfdir on the server. They will appear as an array of strin gs in the server status monitor JSON output. The idea is to provide a mechanism for arbirtrary values to be passed to clients of the server status monitor.
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\fBenabled=[0|1]\fR \fBenabled=[0|1]\fR
Set this to 0 if you want to disable all clients. The default is 1. This option can be overridden per-client in the client configuration files in clientconfdir on the server. Set this to 0 if you want to disable all clients. The default is 1. This option can be overridden per-client in the client configuration files in clientconfdir on the server.
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\fBrblk_memory_max=[B/KB/MB/GB]\fR \fBrblk_memory_max=[B/KB/MB/GB]\fR
The maximum amount of data from the disk cached in server memory during a protoc ol2 restore/verify. The default is 256MB. This option can be overridden per-clie nt in the client configuration files in clientconfdir on the server. The maximum amount of data from the disk cached in server memory during a protoc ol2 restore/verify. The default is 256MB. This option can be overridden per-clie nt in the client configuration files in clientconfdir on the server.
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\fBsparse_size_max=[B/KB/MB/GB]\fR
The maximum (uncompressed) size of the sparse file of each dedup_group. The defa
ult is 256MB. If the sparse file grows beyond this size, entries will be removed
starting with the oldest, unless it is the only one left for a client.
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\fBfail_on_warning=[0|1]\fR \fBfail_on_warning=[0|1]\fR
If a warning is generated during a backup, fail the backup. The default is 0. Th is option can be overridden per-client in the client configuration files in clie ntconfdir on the server. If a warning is generated during a backup, fail the backup. The default is 0. Th is option can be overridden per-client in the client configuration files in clie ntconfdir on the server.
.SH CLIENT CONFIGURATION FILE OPTIONS .SH CLIENT CONFIGURATION FILE OPTIONS
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\fB. [glob]\fR \fB. [glob]\fR
Read additional configuration files. On Windows, the glob is unimplemented - you will need to specify an actual file. Read additional configuration files. On Windows, the glob is unimplemented - you will need to specify an actual file.
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\fBmode=client\fR \fBmode=client\fR
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