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NAME

       borg-config - get, set, and delete values in a repository or cache config file

SYNOPSIS

       borg [common options] config [options] REPOSITORY NAME [VALUE]

DESCRIPTION

       This  command  gets  and  sets  options  in  a local repository or cache config file.  For
       security reasons, this command only works on local repositories.

       To delete a config value entirely, use --delete. To get an existing key, pass only the key
       name. To set a key, pass both the key name and the new value. Keys can be specified in the
       format "section.name" or simply "name"; the  section  will  default  to  "repository"  and
       "cache" for the repo and cache configs, respectively.

       By  default,  borg  config manipulates the repository config file. Using --cache edits the
       repository cache's config file instead.

OPTIONS

       See borg-common(1) for common options of Borg commands.

   arguments
       REPOSITORY
              repository to configure

       NAME   name of config key

       VALUE  new value for key

   optional arguments
       -c, --cache
              get and set values from the repo cache

       -d, --delete
              delete the key from the config file

EXAMPLES

       NOTE:
          The repository & cache config files are some of the only directly manipulable parts  of
          a repository that aren't versioned or backed up, so be careful when making changes!

          # find cache directory
          $ cd ~/.cache/borg/$(borg config /path/to/repo id)

          # reserve some space
          $ borg config /path/to/repo additional_free_space 2G

          # make a repo append-only
          $ borg config /path/to/repo append_only 1

SEE ALSO

       borg-common(1)

AUTHOR

       The Borg Collective

                                            2018-03-29                             BORG-CONFIG(1)