restore Definition/General, restore Definition/General

restore

Command restore Definition/General
Applicable release versions: AP, R83
Category General (155)
Description Restore backed-up data into a Pick file system.

A restore refers to the loading (restoring) of data into the Pick file system from a backup media created by a "save", or "t-dump"

The "t-load" command can load a single item or a series of items into an existing file from a "t-dump" tape.

The "sel-restore" command can load a single item or a series of items into an existing file from a "save" tape.

The "account-restore" command can create and load an entire account into the file system from a "save" tape.

The "restore-accounts" command can create and load any account on tape which doesn't already exist in the file system from a "save" tape.

The ":files" command can create and rebuild the entire file system from a "save" tape.

Choosing the "(F)iles" option from the "(A)bs, (F)iles (X)ecute" question after booting from the Pick System #1 diskette can create and rebuild the entire file system from a "save" tape.

(R83 only): Choosing the "(D)ata Files" option after booting from the Pick System #1 diskette can create and rebuild the entire file system from a "save" tape.
Syntax
Options
Example
Purpose
Related access.t-dump
tcl.save
tcl.account-save
tcl.file-save
access.t-load
tcl.sel-restore
tcl.account-restore
tcl.restore-accounts
tcl.:files
full.restore
pc.y.stamp

restore

Command restore Definition/General
Applicable release versions: AP, R83
Category General (155)
Description Restore backed-up data into a Pick file system.

A restore refers to the loading (restoring) of data into the Pick file system from a backup media created by a "save", or "t-dump"

The "t-load" command can load a single item or a series of items into an existing file from a "t-dump" tape.

The "sel-restore" command can load a single item or a series of items into an existing file from a "save" tape.

The "account-restore" command can create and load an entire account into the file system from a "save" tape.

The "restore-accounts" command can create and load any account on tape which doesn't already exist in the file system from a "save" tape.

The ":files" command can create and rebuild the entire file system from a "save" tape.

Choosing the "(F)iles" option from the "(A)bs, (F)iles (X)ecute" question after booting from the Pick System #1 diskette can create and rebuild the entire file system from a "save" tape.

(R83 only): Choosing the "(D)ata Files" option after booting from the Pick System #1 diskette can create and rebuild the entire file system from a "save" tape.
Syntax
Options
Example
Purpose
Related access.t-dump
tcl.save
tcl.account-save
tcl.file-save
access.t-load
tcl.sel-restore
tcl.account-restore
tcl.restore-accounts
tcl.:files
full.restore
pc.y.stamp