Restic - Mounten der Sicherung



  • Durch einen Thread im Debian Forum ist mir aufgefallen, das sich einiges getan hat bei Restic, seit ich das letzte Mal eine Sicherung gemountet habe. Somit muss ich das mal hier festhalten, damit ich das wieder finde wenn ich es brauche.

    Einen Mountpunkt anlegen

    root@debian:~# mkdir /tmp/test
    

    Restic Sicherung mounten

    root@debian:~# restic -r /media/1TB/Restic/Home_Debian mount --allow-other /tmp/test
    enter password for repository: 
    repository xxxxd7f8 opened successfully, password is correct
    Now serving the repository at /tmp/test
    Don't forget to umount after quitting!
    

    Ohne den Flag

    --allow-other
    

    kann man sich mit dem Dateimanager die Daten nicht anzeigen lassen. Das geht ohne nur auf der Konsole. Hier noch die Hilfe von Restic zum Mount Befehl.

    frank@debian:~$ restic help mount
    
    The "mount" command mounts the repository via fuse to a directory. This is a
    read-only mount.
    
    Snapshot Directories
    ====================
    
    If you need a different template for all directories that contain snapshots,
    you can pass a template via --snapshot-template. Example without colons:
    
        --snapshot-template "2006-01-02_15-04-05"
    
    You need to specify a sample format for exactly the following timestamp:
    
        Mon Jan 2 15:04:05 -0700 MST 2006
    
    For details please see the documentation for time.Format() at:
      https://godoc.org/time#Time.Format
    
    Usage:
      restic mount [flags] mountpoint
    
    Flags:
          --allow-other                  allow other users to access the data in the mounted directory
          --allow-root                   allow root user to access the data in the mounted directory
      -h, --help                         help for mount
      -H, --host string                  only consider snapshots for this host
          --no-default-permissions       for 'allow-other', ignore Unix permissions and allow users to read all snapshot files
          --owner-root                   use 'root' as the owner of files and dirs
          --path path                    only consider snapshots which include this (absolute) path
          --snapshot-template template   set template to use for snapshot dirs (default "2006-01-02T15:04:05Z07:00")
          --tag taglist                  only consider snapshots which include this taglist (default [])
    
    Global Flags:
          --cacert file               file to load root certificates from (default: use system certificates)
          --cache-dir string          set the cache directory. (default: use system default cache directory)
          --cleanup-cache             auto remove old cache directories
          --json                      set output mode to JSON for commands that support it
          --key-hint string           key ID of key to try decrypting first (default: $RESTIC_KEY_HINT)
          --limit-download int        limits downloads to a maximum rate in KiB/s. (default: unlimited)
          --limit-upload int          limits uploads to a maximum rate in KiB/s. (default: unlimited)
          --no-cache                  do not use a local cache
          --no-lock                   do not lock the repo, this allows some operations on read-only repos
      -o, --option key=value          set extended option (key=value, can be specified multiple times)
          --password-command string   specify a shell command to obtain a password (default: $RESTIC_PASSWORD_COMMAND)
      -p, --password-file string      read the repository password from a file (default: $RESTIC_PASSWORD_FILE)
      -q, --quiet                     do not output comprehensive progress report
      -r, --repo string               repository to backup to or restore from (default: $RESTIC_REPOSITORY)
          --tls-client-cert string    path to a file containing PEM encoded TLS client certificate and private key
      -v, --verbose n                 be verbose (specify --verbose multiple times or level n)


  • Bedingt durch einen Hardwareumbau und einer folgenden Neuinstallation, musste ich das Gestern mal live testen. Das klappt hervorragend 🙂 Die Sicherung einbinden und dann gemĂĽtlich alles wieder zurĂĽck kopieren, was man braucht. Perfekt!


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