Restores files from backup servers.
java -jar cli.jar restore --host-name=TIM-LAPTOP --project-name=Photos --restore-dir=/home/tim/restore --path=\\\\home\\tim\\picture --key=mykey --recursive
java -jar opero-commandline.jar restore --login=Natalia2 --password=zaq12wsx --server=http://192.168.0.199:45558 --path=D:\MC --host-name=NATALIA1 --recursive
If you have a configuration file in user's home directory, you do not need to enter the parameters: login, password, server:
java -jar opero-commandline.jar restore
If you have a configuration file in a different directory than the user's home directory, then you have to enter the parameter: config, e.g.
java -jar opero-commandline.jar restore --config=D:\CLI.conf
||Host name from which files have to be restored. Default is current host.
||Project name from which files have to be restored. Default refers to all project from given host.
|[--path <path1, path2, ...>]
||Path to directories that have to be restored. It is possible to type there a file that we want to display versions. If empty then main folder will be selected by default.
|[--version <GUID1, GUID2, ...>]
||File versions id that has to be downloaded. If it will be given then paths parameter will be missed.
|[--date <YYYY-MM-DD hh:ss:mm>]
||Paths/versions created after this date will not be included.
||Restores all directories that are under given path.
||Local directory where files will be downloaded. If not specified files will be downloaded to current directory.
||User encryption key used to decrypt a downloaded files. Required if user defined his own encryption key (not default).
||Specifies overwrite mode: ASK | YES | NO. Default is ASK.
||Maximum number of threads to use. Default is 8.
As output, the restore command prints the list of restored files and folders on standard output, one line for each file (the full path is displayed).