We do plan to expose the RO file system via API. This is not yet scoped, but I hope to get it in within the year.
Yaniv Dary Technical Product Manager Red Hat Israel Ltd. 34 Jerusalem Road Building A, 4th floor Ra'anana, Israel 4350109 Tel : +972 (9) 7692306 8272306 Email: yd...@redhat.com IRC : ydary On Thu, Dec 1, 2016 at 3:07 PM, Victor Jose Acosta <vic.a...@gmail.com> wrote: > yes can cause corruption, but i don't want to modify file system > externally, i just want to read it and then copy to the production host by > agent/scp or something > > On 01/12/16 09:43, Yaniv Dary wrote: > > I understand, you mean a single file restore use case. > This is usually done by a agent in the VM and not externally, since > changing the file system externally can cause corruption. > > Yaniv Dary > Technical Product Manager > Red Hat Israel Ltd. > 34 Jerusalem Road > Building A, 4th floor > Ra'anana, Israel 4350109 > > Tel : +972 (9) 7692306 > 8272306 > Email: yd...@redhat.com > IRC : ydary > > > On Wed, Nov 30, 2016 at 3:47 PM, Victor Jose Acosta <vic.a...@gmail.com> > wrote: > >> Ok ok >> >> When you make a full restore you have a whole new VM, but what if you >> just need just one directory? "/etc/puppet/environments" for example >> >> So there is where granular backup works, because if you don't have that >> option you will have to restore the whole VM, copy that directory, then >> delete the restored VM >> >> I don't know if my english is good enough to explain perfectly, but do >> you understand my point? >> >> >> On 30/11/16 10:36, Yaniv Dary wrote: >> >> >> I believe that both full and granular restore can be done via the API as >> we support offset uploads, can you give more details on the different >> between these options? >> >> >> -- >> > > > -- >
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