Provided by: rsbackup-graph_5.1-1_amd64
rsbackup-graph - graphical representation of rsbackup state
rsbackup-graph [OPTIONS] [--] [SELECTOR...]
rsbackup-graph generates a graphical representation of the current set of backups known to rsbackup. For configuration options which affect this program, see the section Graph Directives in rsbackup(5).
--config PATH, -c PATH The path to the configuration file. The default is /etc/rsbackup/config. --database, -D PATH Override the path to the backup database. --output, -o PATH Set the output path. To write to standard output, use -o -. The default is rsbackup.png. --help, -h Display a usage message. --version, -V Display the version number. Volume Selection The list of selectors on the command line determines what subset of the known volumes are displayed. The following selectors are possible: HOST Select all volumes for the host. HOST:VOLUME Select the volume. -HOST Deselect all volumes for the host. -HOST:VOLUME Deselect the volume. * Select all volumes. If no hosts or volumes are specified on the command line then all volumes are selected for display.
rsbackup(1), rsbackup.cron(1), rsbackup-mount(1), rsbackup-snapshot-hook(1), rsync(1), rsbackup(5)
Richard Kettlewell <firstname.lastname@example.org> rsbackup-graph(1)