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Manual Reference Pages  -  SPIDEROAKONE (1)

NAME

SpiderOakONE - Secure File Backup, Sync, and Sharing Client

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Options

SYNOPSIS

SpiderOakONE basic command line usage:

OPTIONS

--version
  show program’s version number and exit
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-v, --verbose
  be verbose: show detailed status information as it happens
--redirect=FILE
  Redirect console output to file
-d NUMBER, --device=NUMBER
  operate on specified device id (default is the local device)
-o DIR, --output=DIR
  Target dir to restore items to (default is normal download dir)
--enable-schedule
  honor the set activity schedule, even in batchmode (normally the schedule is ignored in batchmode)
--disable-schedule
  disable activity scheduling
Operational Modes and Commands:
--scan, --scan-only
  scan the filesystem for changes and report a summary
--build, --scan-and-build-only
  scan the filesystem, and build all possible file system changes as shelved upload transactions, and exit without uploading them
--sync like batchmode, but only backup/update synced folders
--backup=TARGET
  ad hoc operation: backup whatever exists at TARGET in the filesystem and exit (ignores existing backup selection.)
--restore=item
  Restore a folder, file, or version. Run "--restore help" for more info
--batchmode
  like headless, but will exit when all available work is done
--headless
  run in headless mode (without the graphical interface)
--purge=item
  purge a folder, file (including historical versions)
Information Commands:
--userinfo, --user-info
  Show user and device info
--shelved-x, --print-shelved-x
  Show information about each shelved upload transaction
--space Show space usage information by category and by device
--tree Show the hierarchy of stored backup folders
--fulllist
  Show all folders and files stored on device
--tree-changelog
  Show a log of how the hierarchy of stored backup folders has changed over time
--journal-changelog=folder_or_journal
  Show the changelog of a given folder
Backup Selection Manipulation Commands:
--force Do in/exclusion even if the path doesn’t exist
--selection, --print-selection
  Show a list of selected and excluded backup items
--reset-selection
  Reset selection (but preserve excluded files)
--exclude-file=EXCLUDE_FILE
  Exclude the given file from the selection
--exclude-dir=EXCLUDE_DIR
  Exclude the given directory from the selection
--include-dir=INCLUDE_DIR
  Include the given directory from the selection
Maintenance Commands:
--rebuild-reference-database
  rebuild the SpiderOakONE reference database (can take awhile)
--billing
  print a secure web auto-login URL for billing info
--destroy-shelved-x
  destroy each shelved upload transaction already in progress.
--repair
  repair a local SpiderOakONE installation
--purge-historical-versions
  purge historical versions of a folder, file:
"all": purge all historical versions of all files; ’ "hM,dN,w": hourly for last M hours, daily for last N days, weekly thereafter (also accepts (m)onthly and (y)early); ’ no option: hourly for last 24 hours, daily for last month, then weekly thereafter
--purge-deleted-items=PURGE_DELETED_ITEMS
  purge deleted items older than N days
--vacuum
  Vacuum SpiderOakONE’s local database (rebuilds indexs and reclaims local disk space)
--list-orphan-external-files
  list parent_id’s of unreferenced external block files
--convert-to-hybrid-db
  convert SpiderOakONE’s local database to use external files
--generate-previews
  generate missing image previews for the local device
Dangerous/Support Commands:
Caution: Do not use these commands unless advised by SpiderOakONE support. They can damage your installation if used improperly.
--apply-subscription-xact
  apply all transactions previously received from remote devices -- (not intended for general use -- this normally happens automatically)
--empty-garbage-bin
  purge all deleted items on the current device
--orphans=ACTION
  help, find, free orphans
Account Commands:
--bootstrap=ACCOUNT_DEFINITION_FILE
  Read a json definition file and use contents to create a new account
--setup=SETUP_FILE
  Read a json definition file and use contents to create a new account.
Share Commands:
--share-password=SHARE_PASSWORD
  optional password for --create-share
--list-shares
  List shares
--create-share=CREATE_SHARE
  Create an xact with a new share. run ’help’ for syntaxt
--delete-share=DELETE_SHARE
  Create an xact deleting a share
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