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NAME
       restic-restore -	Extract	the data from a	snapshot

SYNOPSIS
       restic restore [flags] snapshotID

DESCRIPTION
       The "restore" command extracts the data from a snapshot from the
       repository to a directory.

       The special snapshot "latest" can be used to restore the	latest
       snapshot	in the repository.

EXIT STATUS
       Exit status is 0	if the command was successful, and non-zero if there
       was any error.

OPTIONS
       -e, --exclude=[]
	   exclude a pattern (can be specified multiple	times)

       -h, --help[=false]
	   help	for restore

       -H, --host=[]
	   only	consider snapshots for this host when the snapshot ID is
       "latest"	(can be	specified multiple times)

       --iexclude=[]
	   same	as --exclude but ignores the casing of filenames

       --iinclude=[]
	   same	as --include but ignores the casing of filenames

       -i, --include=[]
	   include a pattern, exclude everything else (can be specified
       multiple	times)

       --path=[]
	   only	consider snapshots which include this (absolute) path for
       snapshot	ID "latest"

       --tag=[]
	   only	consider snapshots which include this taglist for snapshot ID
       "latest"

       -t, --target=""
	   directory to	extract	data to

       --verify[=false]
	   verify restored files content

OPTIONS	INHERITED FROM PARENT COMMANDS
       --cacert=[]
	   file	to load	root certificates from (default: use system
       certificates)

       --cache-dir=""
	   set the cache directory. (default: use system default cache
       directory)

       --cleanup-cache[=false]
	   auto	remove old cache directories

       --json[=false]
	   set output mode to JSON for commands	that support it

       --key-hint=""
	   key ID of key to try	decrypting first (default: $RESTIC_KEY_HINT)

       --limit-download=0
	   limits downloads to a maximum rate in KiB/s.	(default: unlimited)

       --limit-upload=0
	   limits uploads to a maximum rate in KiB/s. (default:	unlimited)

       --no-cache[=false]
	   do not use a	local cache

       --no-lock[=false]
	   do not lock the repository, this allows some	operations on
       read-only repositories

       -o, --option=[]
	   set extended	option (key=value, can be specified multiple times)

       --password-command=""
	   shell command to obtain the repository password from	(default:
       $RESTIC_PASSWORD_COMMAND)

       -p, --password-file=""
	   file	to read	the repository password	from (default:
       $RESTIC_PASSWORD_FILE)

       -q, --quiet[=false]
	   do not output comprehensive progress	report

       -r, --repo=""
	   repository to backup	to or restore from (default:
       $RESTIC_REPOSITORY)

       --repository-file=""
	   file	to read	the repository location	from (default:
       $RESTIC_REPOSITORY_FILE)

       --tls-client-cert=""
	   path	to a file containing PEM encoded TLS client certificate	and
       private key

       -v, --verbose[=0]
	   be verbose (specify multiple	times or a level using --verbose=n,
       max level/times is 3)

SEE ALSO
       restic(1)

generated by `restic generate`	   Jan 2017		      restic backup(1)

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