You can't restore in a unique tree of files. I do not understand why you want to do that.
To do it: - patch amgtar to remove the -G flag ("-xpGvf" to "-xpvf"), otherwise extracting a DLE will remove what was extracted from another DLE, but file erase before the backup will not be erased - run 'amadmin CONF find' to get the list of all dumps [HOST DISK DATE LEVEL] you want to restore - run 'amfetchdump CONF --extract --directory /tmp/restore [HOST DISK DATE LEVEL]*',putting all [HOST DISK DATE LEVEL] on the same command line. Jean-Louis ________________________________________ From: owner-amanda-us...@amanda.org <owner-amanda-us...@amanda.org> on behalf of Jose M Calhariz <jose.calha...@tecnico.ulisboa.pt> Sent: March 6, 2018 3:28 PM To: email@example.com Subject: Restoring files from amanda in a script Hi, In short I want to restore from a specific date, all the data from multiples DLEs and multiples servers into a unique tree of files in the amanda server. This is too much tedious to do using the interactive amrecover. This is Complex enough to use a script with amrestore or amfetchdump to restore all the files I want. My first approach is not working well. So I would like to hear the experiences from the list for similar problems. I am interested in hints before I deep dive into the RTFM. Kind regards Jose M Calhariz -- -- Quem não se comunica se estrumbica --Chacrinha This message is the property of CARBONITE, INC. and may contain confidential or privileged information. If this message has been delivered to you by mistake, then do not copy or deliver this message to anyone. Instead, destroy it and notify me by reply e-mail