Provided by: rsbackup_6.0-2build1_amd64
rsbackup-mount - mount encrypted or unencrypted disks used by rsbackup
rsbackup-mount [OPTIONS] [--] [DEVICES]
rsbackup-mount mounts and unmounts encrypted or unencrypted partitions used as backup stores by rsbackup(1).
--unmount, -u Unmount devices. (The default is to mount devices.) --check, -c Check for available devices that aren't open. --dry-run, -n Do nothing, instead print the commands that would be executed. --key-file PATH, -k PATH Pass the argument --key-file PATH to cryptsetup. --help, -h Display usage message. --version, -V Display version string.
Configuration is read from /etc/rsbackup/devices. This is a shell script fragment. It should set devices to a (space-separated) list of device names and for each device name D, define D_uuid to its UUID. To specify that a device is unencrypted (i.e. that it just requires mounting or unmounting), define D_plain as a non-empty string for that device. (Have a look in /dev/disk/by-uuid to find device UUIDs). Example # List names of devices here devices="backup3 backup4" # For each device, define DEVICE_uuid # e.g. devicename_uuid=8f4171f0-007d-4083-a40c-407e5f9c24dd backup3_uuid=8f4171f0-007d-4083-a40c-407e5f9c24dd backup4_uuid=80a1ca0d-d07a-4195-9da1-8cbb9fbc11b9 # For any device that isn't encrypted, define DEVICE_plain # e.g. devicename_plain=1 backup3_plain=1
Richard Kettlewell <firstname.lastname@example.org> rsbackup-mount(1)