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.TH GM-RESTORE_DATA 8 "2011 May 10th" "GNUmed server data-only restore"

.SH NOTE

.I Deprecated in favour of gm-restore(8).

.SH NAME
.B gm-restore_data
- restoring data into an empty GNUmed database

.SH SYNOPSIS
.B gm-restore_database
.I <target database>
.I <backup file>

.I <target database>:
a GNUmed database (such as "gnumed_v20")

.I <backup file>:
a data-only GNUmed database backup file (such as "backup-gnumed_vX-*-data_only.tar.bz2")

.SH DESCRIPTION
The
.B gm-restore_database
script tries to restore a GNUmed database from a data-only
backup. It tries to be very conservative. It is intended
for interactive use by root and may have to be adjusted
to your needs.

.SH KNOWN PROBLEMS

Note that for some reason restoring does not work when
the backup file you intend to restore is a link to the
actual backup. Use the full path instead.

.SH SEE ALSO
gm-restore(8)

gm-backup(8)

/etc/gnumed/gnumed-restore.conf

.SH AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Karsten Hilbert,
for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).