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NAME

       nbackup - Physical backup manager for Firebird

SYNOPSIS

       nbackup -L|-U|-F database common options
       nbackup -B level database [file] common options
       nbackup -R database [file0 [file1...]] common options

DESCRIPTION

       nbackup allows making incremental backups of firebird databases. It also allows database
       files to be locked for copying with OS tools like cp(1)

OPTIONS

       -L database
           Locks database for filesystem copy.

       -U database
           Unlocks previously locked database.

       -F database
           Fixup database after filesystem copy.

       -B level database [filename]
           Create incremental backup of level level. Level 0 means full backup. Level N includes
           all the changes since the last backup of level N.

       -R database [file0 [file1...]]
           Restore incremental backup. file0 is the level 0 backup, file1 is the level 1 backup
           and so on.

COMMON OPTIONS

       -U user
           User name for connecting to the firebird server.

       -P password
           Password for connecting to the firebird server.

SEE ALSO

       gbak(1)

       Additional documentation about nbackup and other Firebird utilities can be found on the
       Firebird Project website, <http://www.firebirdsql.org>.

AUTHOR

       Original idea is of Sean Leyne sean@broadviewsoftware.com.  Designed and implemented by
       Nickolay Samofatov skidder@bssys.com.  This work was funded through a grant from BroadView
       Software, Inc.

       This manual page was written by Damyan Ivanov dmn@debian.org for the Debian project.
       Permission is granted to use this document, with or without modifications, provided that
       this notice is retained. If we meet some day, and you think this stuff is worth it, you
       can buy me a beer in return.