Do I see Old versions in Encrypt remote

#1

How to put out the version of b2 is written in rclone.org/b2/, but this is not usable when using B2 with Encrypt, and someone else has some way of decrypting the past version and copying it locally Could you tell me?

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$ rclone -q --b2-versions ls b2:<Bucket_name>
70 <Encrypted_filename>
66 <Encrypted_filename>-v2016-07-04-141032-000
55 <Encrypted_filename>-v2016-07-04-141003-000

b2_crypt: is encrypted b2:<Bucket_name>

$ rclone -q --b2-versions ls b2_crypt:
70 <decrypt_filename>.txt

#2

I’m not quite following the question. Are you saying you are using an encrypted remote and trying to get a version back from that?

Can you share your rclone.conf without any passwords/keys as that might help understand the question a bit more.

#3

B2 will version older files. I’d have to test how to do it. But I think you’d just pull down the file without crypt, remove the postfix date and then open it with the crypt mount.

#4

Thank you for your reply.
Is that the only way to change the file name and copy it as follows:

<Encrypted_filename> -v2016-07-04-141032-000 ==> <Encrypted_filename>

$ rclone copy b2_crypt:<Encrypted_filename>