borg-umount − un-mount the FUSE filesystem
borg [common options] umount [options] MOUNTPOINT
This command un−mounts a FUSE filesystem that was mounted with borg mount.
This is a convenience wrapper that just calls the platform−specific shell command − usually this is either umount or fusermount −u.
See borg−common(1) for common options of Borg commands.
mountpoint of the filesystem to umount
# Mounting the repository shows all archives. # Archives are loaded lazily, expect some delay when navigating to an archive # for the first time. $ borg mount /path/to/repo /tmp/mymountpoint $ ls /tmp/mymountpoint root−2016−02−14 root−2016−02−15 $ borg umount /tmp/mymountpoint # Mounting a specific archive is possible as well. $ borg mount /path/to/repo::root−2016−02−15 /tmp/mymountpoint $ ls /tmp/mymountpoint bin boot etc home lib lib64 lost+found media mnt opt root sbin srv tmp usr var $ borg umount /tmp/mymountpoint # The "versions view" merges all archives in the repository # and provides a versioned view on files. $ borg mount −o versions /path/to/repo /tmp/mymountpoint $ ls −l /tmp/mymountpoint/home/user/doc.txt/ total 24 −rw−rw−r−− 1 user group 12357 Aug 26 21:19 doc.cda00bc9.txt −rw−rw−r−− 1 user group 12204 Aug 26 21:04 doc.fa760f28.txt $ borg umount /tmp/mymountpoint # Archive filters are supported. # These are especially handy for the "versions view", # which does not support lazy processing of archives. $ borg mount −o versions −−glob−archives '*−my−home' −−last 10 /path/to/repo /tmp/mymountpoint # Exclusion options are supported. # These can speed up mounting and lower memory needs significantly. $ borg mount /path/to/repo /tmp/mymountpoint only/that/path $ borg mount −−exclude '...' /path/to/repo /tmp/mymountpoint
$ echo '/mnt/backup /tmp/myrepo fuse.borgfs defaults,noauto 0 0' >> /etc/fstab $ echo '/mnt/backup::root−2016−02−15 /tmp/myarchive fuse.borgfs defaults,noauto 0 0' >> /etc/fstab $ mount /tmp/myrepo $ mount /tmp/myarchive $ ls /tmp/myrepo root−2016−02−01 root−2016−02−2015 $ ls /tmp/myarchive bin boot etc home lib lib64 lost+found media mnt opt root sbin srv tmp usr var
borgfs will be automatically provided if you used a distribution package, pip or setup.py to install Borg. Users of the standalone binary will have to manually create a symlink (see pyinstaller−binary).
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