grive man page
grive — Google Drive client for GNU/Linux
Grive is a Google Drive (online storage service) client for GNU/Linux systems.
It allows the synchronization of all your files on the cloud with a directory of your choice and the upload of new files to Google Drive.
The options are as follows:
- -a, --auth
Requests authorization token from Google
- -d, --debug
Enable debug level messages. Implies -V
Only detect which files need to be uploaded/downloaded, without actually performing changes
- -f, --force
Forces grive to always download a file from Google Drive instead uploading it
- -h, --help
Produces help message
- --ignore <perl_regexp>
Ignore files with relative paths matching this Perl Regular Expression. Value is remembered for next runs.
- -l <filename>, --log <filename>
Write log output to <filename>
- --log-http <filename_prefix>
Log all HTTP responses in files named <filename_prefix>YYYY-MM-DD.HHMMSS.txt for debugging
Create new revisions in server for updated files
- -p <root_path>, --path <root_path>
Set root sync directory to <root_path>
- -s <subdir>, --dir <subdir>
Sync a single <subdir> subdirectory. Internally converted to an ignore regexp, remembered for next runs.
- -v, --version
Displays program version
- -V, --verbose
Verbose mode. Enables more messages than usual.
Current maintainer is Vitaliy Filippov.
Original author was Nestal Wan. This manpage was written by José Luis Segura Lucas (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The full list of contributors may be found here http://yourcmc.ru/wiki/Grive2#Full_list_of_contributors