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Re: [Duplicity-talk] how do I delete an entire backup+metadata?

From: edgar . soldin
Subject: Re: [Duplicity-talk] how do I delete an entire backup+metadata?
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2016 20:09:14 +0200
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On 28.04.2016 19:49, Ted Timmons wrote:
> I'm just getting started in Duplicity, now that there's a Backblaze B2
> plugin. Below is my output; I started a backup without a gpg key, and now
> it fails (after 180 minutes) because the metadata/backup isn't signed
> properly. I'd like to just delete any data that's in B2. I see conditional
> deletions like "remove-older-than" and "remove-all-but-..". But I don't see
> "nuke it all".
> time PASSPHRASE="xxx" /usr/local/bin/duplicity /mnt/nas/pictures --name
> nas_pictures --num-retries 10 --encrypt-sign-key 44ASDFGH --tempdir
> /mnt/nas/tmp/ --progress b2://address@hidden/
> Local and Remote metadata are synchronized, no sync needed.
> Last full backup left a partial set, restarting.
> Last full backup date: Mon Apr 25 23:58:40 2016
> RESTART: Volumes 381 to 382 failed to upload before termination.
> Restarting backup at volume 381.
> Volume was signed by key None, not 44ASDFGH

for a left over partial you should be able to run the 'clean' command. also a 
new forced full backup should do the trick here.


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