fabric:export


Name

fabric:export — export the contents of the Fabric Registry to the specified directory in the filesystem

Synopsis

fabric:export [ --help ] [ -d|--delete ] [ -p|--path path ] [ -f|--regex regex ] [ -rf|--reverse-regex regex ] [ -t|--trim ] [ --dry-run ] { target }

Description

The output of this command is compatible with the import options of the other fabric commands.
The regular expression options, -f and -rf, provide you with considerable flexibility at specifying which parts of the Fabric Registry to export. For example, to export every version of the default profile's data, you could use a command like the following:
fabric:export -f /fabric/configs/versions/[0-9\\.]*/profiles/default/.*
Where a double-backslash, \\, is required to escape the period, ., so that the period gets interpreted as a character literal.

Arguments

Table 10.29, “fabric:export Arguments” describes the commands arguments.

Table 10.29. fabric:export Arguments

ArgumentInterpretation
--helpDisplays the online help for this command
-d,--deleteDelete the existing contents of the target directory before exporting. Caution: Performs a recursive delete!
-p,--pathTop-level znode to export. Default is /.
-f,--regexSpecifies a regular expression that matches the znode paths you want to include in the export. For multiple include expressions, specify this option multiple times. The regular expression syntax is defined by the java.util.regex package. To specify multiple regular expressions, specify this flag multiple times on the command line—for example, --regex foo --regex bar.
-rf,--reverse-regexSpecifies a regular expression that matches the znode paths you want to exclude from the export. For multiple exclude expressions, specify this option multiple times. The regular expression syntax is defined by the java.util.regex package. To specify multiple regular expressions, specify this flag multiple times on the command line—for example, --reverse-regex foo --reverse-regex bar.
-t,--trimTrims the first timestamp comment line in properties files starting with the # character.
--dry-runLog the actions that would be performed during an export, but do not actually perform the export.
-v, --versionNot supported. Since JBoss Fuse 6.1, versioned data is stored in a Git repository, not in the Zookeeper registry.
-p, --profileNot supported. Since JBoss Fuse 6.1, profile data is stored in a Git repository, not in the Zookeeper registry.
targetPath of the directory to export to. Default is ./export.