History command details

history

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SYNOPSIS:
   duplicacy history - Show the history of a file

USAGE:
   duplicacy history [command options] <file>

OPTIONS:
   -id <snapshot id>        find the file in the snapshot with the specified id
   -r <revision> [+]        show history of the specified revisions
   -hash                    show the hash of the on-disk file
   -storage <storage name>  retrieve files from the specified storage

The history command shows how the hash, size, and timestamp of a file change over the specified set of revisions.

You can specify a different snapshot id rather than the default snapshot id, and multiple -r options to specify the set of revisions.

The -hash option is to compute the hash of the on-disk file. Otherwise, only the size and timestamp of the on-disk file will be included.

You can use the -storage option to select a different storage other than the default one.


Duplicacy User Guide
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