|-n||Do a dry-run and do not create anything on disk.|
|-t||Create DIRECTORY (ala mkdir -p) if it does not exist.|
Strip N path components from a pathname. If the resulting pathname is
empty after this operation it is skipped. Be careful however with the following
With rdup-up -s2 this will leave:
And the last bla.txt will over write the previous one, this will happen without warnings.
|-r PATH||This option is related to the -s option, but works different. The string PATH is removed from (the beginning of) each pathname. With -r /home/backup the pathname /home/backup/bin/mycmd becomes /bin/mycmd. The same could be done with -s 2, but then you need to count the slashes. Note -s is always performed before -r.|
|-v||Be more verbose and echo the processed files to standard output.|
|-T||Show a table of contents of the rdup stream received (ala tar -tf -). With -T the directory argument is optional. -T unsets any verbose (-v) options.|
|-u||Do not create a ._rdup_. file which contains user/group information when failing to chown the actual file or directory. Useful when restoring a backup when you do not want to see ._rdup._-files being created.|
|-q||Silence chown failures even when running as root. This can be helpful when the file system does not implement chown or disallows it (sshfs for instance).|
|-h||A short help message.|
Show the version.
rdup-up return a zero exit code on success, otherwise 1 is returned.
Written by Miek Gieben.
Report bugs to <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
http:/www.miek.nl/projects/rdup/ is the main site of rdup. Also see rdup(1), rdup-tr(1) and rdup-backups(7).
Copyright (C) 2005-2010 Miek Gieben. This is free software. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Licensed under the GPL version 3. See the file LICENSE in the source distribution of rdup.
|1.1.14||RDUP-UP (1)||13 Dec 2008|