ABacoD is an automatic backup script.
Version: 1.4ABacoD is an automatic backup script.
Operating System: Linux
Transfers files and directory renaming them with a configurable logic.
Source path can contain wildchars:
- :every string
[...] :one specified char
Destination path can contain:
^n^ :replaced with the result of n-th expansion in source path (starting from 0)
^d^ :replaced with hour/date of the trensfer (the format is configurable)
Accept command line argumnt and/or a configuration file. Command line argument overwrite corresponding configuration files. Append implies deletion of source file.
Does not implements loops, therefore you must use cron or similar systems.
IMPORTANT NOTE: - Abacod deletes files! Testing parameters with the DUMMY (or -t) flag is safety. More safety is run with a user whose rights are the minumum possible.
abacod [OPTION] CONFIGFILE"
-V, --version print version
-h, --help print this help
-v, --verbose print what is going to do
-t, --test don't touch filesistem, print only
-p, --srcpath SRCPATH source path (can use wildchar: *,?,[...])
-d, --dstpath DSTPATH destination path:
^n^ is replaced with n-th wildchar
^d^ is replaced with current date
-r, --deletesrc delete source
-i, --ignoredirs ignore subdirs of srcpath
-a, --append append
-o, --overwritemode MODE overwrite mode:
2: only if newer
3: only if bigger
-m, --maxtransfer AMOUNT stop after AMOUNT transfer
-s, --transfersleep SEC sleep between transfer (default 1)
--errorsleep SEC sleep before exit on error (default 30)
-u, --forcedumask UMASK umask to use
--forcedowner ID set owner ID
--forcedgroup ID set group ID
-e, --dateformat FORMAT format to use for date (date syntax)
--testmountpoint MOUNTPOINT test mountpoint before proceeding
--testping ADDRESSORNAME ping this address before proceeding
every command line values overwrites configuration file one if there is no configuration file command ends with a -