bup-fuse man page

bup-fuse — mount a bup repository as a filesystem


bup fuse [-d] [-f] [-o] <mountpoint>


bup fuse opens a bup repository and exports it as a fuse(7) userspace filesystem.

This feature is only available on systems (such as Linux) which support FUSE.

WARNING: bup fuse is still experimental and does not enforce any file permissions! All files will be readable by all users.

When you're done accessing the mounted fuse filesystem, you should unmount it with umount(8).


-d, --debug
run in the foreground and print FUSE debug information for each request.
-f, --foreground
run in the foreground and exit only when the filesystem is unmounted.
-o, --allow-other
permit other users to access the filesystem. Necessary for exporting the filesystem via Samba, for example.
report some of the original metadata (when available) for the mounted paths (currently the uid, gid, mode, and timestamps). Without this, only generic values will be presented. This option is not yet enabled by default because it may negatively affect performance, and note that any timestamps before 1970-01-01 UTC (i.e. before the Unix epoch) will be presented as 1970-01-01 UTC.


rm -rf /tmp/buptest
mkdir /tmp/buptest
sudo bup fuse -d /tmp/buptest
ls /tmp/buptest/*/latest
umount /tmp/buptest

See Also

fuse(7), fusermount(1), bup-ls(1), bup-ftp(1), bup-restore(1), bup-web(1)


Part of the bup(1) suite.


Avery Pennarun <apenwarr@gmail.com>.

Referenced By

bup(1), bup-ftp(1), bup-ls(1), bup-restore(1), bup-tag(1), bup-web(1).

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Bup 2015-04-26