Either /arc:Archive_Name or /arc id:Archive_UUID
When used with the export command, specifies the local or network folder where you want to export the archive—for example: /target_vault:\\Server\Share
When used with the import command, specifies the centralized managed vault where you want to place the imported archive. The vault has to be managed by the local storage node. The vault name is given as a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI)—for example: /target_vault:”bsp://My Storage Node/MyVault”
For the archive whose name is given by the arc or arc_id option, specifies the list of backups (sometimes called pits) that you want to export—for example: /include_pits:0,4,5
The number 0 identifies the newest backup in the archive.
Use commas to separate the backup numbers. To view the list of backup numbers for an archive, use the list command—for example:
StorageNodeCmd /list /arc:”My Archive” /vault:”bsp://My Node/My Vault”
Without this option, the utility exports the entire archive.
For details on how backups are exported, see the “Exporting archives and backups” section in the User’s Guide.
Specifies the name of the exported archive—for example: /target_arc:”Exported Archive”
Without this option, the exported archive will have the same name as the original archive.
Specifies the user name and password to access the location (a managed vault or a folder) whose name is given by the target_vault option—for example: /target_credentials:”MyDomain\User A”:”My PassWd123″
Specifies whether to show (/progress:on) or hide (/progress:off) the progress of an exporting or importing operation.
Without this option, the progress is shown.
Specifies the name of the file where to save the log of the current operation—for example: /log:”\\Server\Share\Exporting Log.txt”
If you want to create the file on a network share, use the log_net_user and log_net_password options to specify access credentials to it.
thout the log option, the log is not created.
Specifies access credentials to the file whose name is given by log—for example: /log_net_user:”User A”
Specifies the password for the user whose name is given by the log_net_user option—for example: /log_net_password:”My PassWd123″