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About: SafeKeep is a centralized backup application that tries to combine the best features of a mirror and an incremental backup.

safekeep.1  (safekeep-1.5.0):safekeep.1  (safekeep-1.5.1)
SAFEKEEP(1) SafeKeep Manual SAFEKEEP(1) SAFEKEEP(1) SafeKeep Manual SAFEKEEP(1)
NAME NAME
safekeep - Client/server backup script safekeep - Client/server backup script
SYNOPSIS SYNOPSIS
safekeep --server [-q] [-v] [--noemail] safekeep --server [-q] [-v] [--noemail]
[--force] [-c file] [--cleanup] <clientid>* [--force] [-c file] [--cleanup]
[--tempdir=<tempdir>] <clientid>*
safekeep --keys [-q] [-v] [--noemail] [-c safekeep --keys [-q] [-v] [--noemail] [-c
file] [-i file] [--status] [--print] file] [-i file] [--status] [--print]
[--deploy] <clientid>* [--deploy] <clientid>*
safekeep --list [-q] [-v] [--noemail] [-c safekeep --list [-q] [-v] [--noemail] [-c
file] [--increments] [--parsable-output] file] [--increments] [--parsable-output]
[--sizes] [--changed=<time>] [--sizes] [--changed=<time>]
[--at-time=<time>] <clientid>* [--at-time=<time>] <clientid>*
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Safekeep after a crash or other failure. Safekeep after a crash or other failure.
This will run also run the standard This will run also run the standard
cleanup processes, such as the removal of cleanup processes, such as the removal of
an DB dumps, and forces a consistency an DB dumps, and forces a consistency
check of the rdiff-backup destination check of the rdiff-backup destination
directory. This is the prefered cleanup directory. This is the prefered cleanup
procedure and can be run with no danger procedure and can be run with no danger
of corrupting the system if there is of corrupting the system if there is
nothing to cleanup. nothing to cleanup.
--tempdir TEMPDIR
Specifes a TEMPDIR for use with
‘rdiff-backup’. This overrides any
TEMPDIR specified in the ‘safekeep.conf’.
CLIENT OPTIONS CLIENT OPTIONS
--cleanup --cleanup
Remove LVM snapshots and mounts left Remove LVM snapshots and mounts left
after a crash or other failure from the after a crash or other failure from the
local system. Unlike the equivalent local system. Unlike the equivalent
--server option, it does not do any other --server option, it does not do any other
of the standard cleanups. This option of the standard cleanups. This option
should only be used when it is not should only be used when it is not
possible to refer to the server, for possible to refer to the server, for
example, when the network connection to example, when the network connection to
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Written by Dimi Paun <dimi@lattica.com[1]> Written by Dimi Paun <dimi@lattica.com[1]>
and Stelian Pop <stelian@lattica.com[2]>. and Stelian Pop <stelian@lattica.com[2]>.
NOTES NOTES
1. dimi@lattica.com 1. dimi@lattica.com
mailto:dimi@lattica.com mailto:dimi@lattica.com
2. stelian@lattica.com 2. stelian@lattica.com
mailto:stelian@lattica.com mailto:stelian@lattica.com
safekeep 02/23/2019 SAFEKEEP(1) safekeep 11/16/2020 SAFEKEEP(1)
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