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Manual Reference Pages  -  SPIDEROAKONE (1)


SpiderOakONE - Secure File Backup, Sync, and Sharing Client




SpiderOakONE basic command line usage:


  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 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)
  honor the set activity schedule, even in batchmode (normally the schedule is ignored in batchmode)
  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
  ad hoc operation: backup whatever exists at TARGET in the filesystem and exit (ignores existing backup selection.)
  Restore a folder, file, or version. Run "--restore help" for more info
  like headless, but will exit when all available work is done
  run in headless mode (without the graphical interface)
  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
  Show all folders and files stored on device
  Show a log of how the hierarchy of stored backup folders has changed over time
  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 (but preserve excluded files)
  Exclude the given file from the selection
  Exclude the given directory from the selection
  Include the given directory from the selection
Maintenance Commands:
  rebuild the SpiderOakONE reference database (can take awhile)
  print a secure web auto-login URL for billing info
  destroy each shelved upload transaction already in progress.
  repair a local SpiderOakONE installation
  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 older than N days
  Vacuum SpiderOakONE’s local database (rebuilds indexs and reclaims local disk space)
  list parent_id’s of unreferenced external block files
  convert SpiderOakONE’s local database to use external files
  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 all transactions previously received from remote devices -- (not intended for general use -- this normally happens automatically)
  purge all deleted items on the current device
  help, find, free orphans
Account Commands:
  Read a json definition file and use contents to create a new account
  Read a json definition file and use contents to create a new account.
Share Commands:
  optional password for --create-share
  List shares
  Create an xact with a new share. run ’help’ for syntaxt
  Create an xact deleting a share
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SpiderOakONE SPIDEROAKONE (1) December 2012

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