satellite-restore fails to restore reporting it cannot find metadata.yml while it is present

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satellite-restore fails to restore a backup reporting metadata.yml doesn't exist but is present.

# satellite-restore satellite-backup-path/
DEPRECATION WARNING: satellite-restore and katello-restore will be removed in Satellite 6.4, where they will be replaced by foreman-maintain
WARNING: This script will drop and restore your database.
Your existing installation will be replaced with the backup database.
Once this operation is complete there is no going back.
Are you sure(Y/N)? y
Starting restore from satellite-backup-path/: 2019-07-26 11:16:17 -0400
/usr/share/ruby/psych.rb:342:in `initialize': No such file or directory - satellite-backup-path/metadata.yml (Errno::ENOENT)
        from /usr/share/ruby/psych.rb:342:in `open'
        from /usr/share/ruby/psych.rb:342:in `load_file'
        from /usr/share/katello/restore.rb:176:in `restore'
        from /usr/share/katello/restore.rb:282:in `confirm'
        from /usr/share/katello/restore.rb:292:in `run'
        from /sbin/satellite-restore:18:in `<main>'

# ls satellite-backup-path/
config_files.tar.gz  metadata.yml  mongo_data.tar.gz  pgsql_data.tar.gz  pulp_data.tar


Satellite 6.3

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