bupstash-list-contents

SYNOPSIS

List snapshot contents.

bupstash list-contents [OPTIONS] QUERY...

DESCRIPTION

bupstash list-contents lists the contents of the item matching the given query.

Items created by using bupstash put on a directory will have an associated index, other items are not listable.

OUTPUT FORMATS

Human

When --format is set to human, bupstash list-contents outputs aligned rows consisting of:

PERMS SIZE YYYY/MM/DD HH:MM:SS PATH...

The included date is the time of the last change to a given file as reported by the operating system at the time of the snapshot.

Jsonl

When --format is set to jsonl, bupstash list-contents outputs one json object per line. The output json object format is pending stabilization so is not documented.

QUERY LANGUAGE

For full documentation on the query language, see bupstash-query-language.

QUERY CACHING

The list-contents command uses the same query caching mechanisms as bupstash-list, check that page for more information on the query cache.

OPTIONS

-r, --repository REPO

The repository to connect to, , may be of the form ssh://$SERVER/$PATH for remote repositories if ssh access is configured. If not specified, is set to BUPSTASH_REPOSITORY.

-k, --key KEY

Key used to decrypt data and metadata. If not set, defaults to BUPSTASH_KEY.

--format FORMAT

Set output format to one of the following 'human', 'jsonl'.

--query-cache PATH

Path to the query-cache file, defaults to one of the following, in order, provided the appropriate environment variables are set, $BUPSTASH_QUERY_CACHE, $XDG_CACHE_HOME/.cache/bupstash/bupstash.qcache or $HOME/.cache/bupstash/bupstash.qcache.

-q, --quiet

Suppress progress indicators (Progress indicators are also suppressed when stderr is not an interactive terminal).

--utc-timestamps

Display and search against timestamps in utc time instead of local time.

ENVIRONMENT

BUPSTASH_REPOSITORY

The repository to connect to. May be of the form ssh://$SERVER/$PATH for remote repositories if ssh access is configured.

BUPSTASH_REPOSITORY_COMMAND

A command to run to connect to an instance of bupstash-serve. This allows more complex connections to the repository for less common use cases.

BUPSTASH_KEY

Path to a primary key that will be used for decrypting data and metadata.

BUPSTASH_KEY_COMMAND

A command to run that must print the key data, can be used instead of BUPSTASH_KEY to fetch the key from arbitrary locations such as the network or other secret storage.

BUPSTASH_QUERY_CACHE

Path to the query cache file to use.

EXAMPLES

Get an item with a specific id from the repository

$ bupstash list-contents id="14eb*"
drwxr-xr-x 0     2020/10/30 13:32:04 .
-rw-r--r-- 1967  2020/10/30 13:32:04 data.txt

SEE ALSO

bupstash, bupstash-put, bupstash-diff, bupstash-keyfiles, bupstash-query-language