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rdiff-backup-fs - Filesystem for accessing rdiff-backup archives.
rdiff-backup-fs <mount_point> <repository> [repositories ...] [-option ...]
rdiff-backup-fs is a filesystem in userspace that reads rdiff-backup archives and provides
Run rdiff-backup-fs in foreground with given verbosity of debug messages.
Store information about all revisions in memory. CAUTION: this may take a lot of
memory if your archive contains many revisions.
Displays files from the most recent increment as directories, each holding every
version of the file. CAUTION: this stores information about all revisions in memory
and therefore may take a lot of memory if archive contains many revisions.
-c <n>, --caching <n>
How many files retrieved from the rdiff-backup archive may be cached by filesystem.
By default rdiff-backup-fs will cache up to 10 files. If this switch is set to 0,
no caching will be done.
-r <n>, --revisions <n>
How many revisions should be stored in memory for on demand revision retrieval. By
default rdiff-backup-fs will store up to 10 revisions in memory.
-d, --directory <path>
Set directory for directory with temporary files. By default rdiff-backup-fs uses
Print version of rdiff-backup-fs and exit.
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