https://rclone.org/b2/ explains how to list file versions and restore a specific version of a file, one at a time.
I am trying to protect myself from the possibility where the latest version of my filesystem has become corrupt by a virus. Is there a mechanism that will allow me to restore the view of the filesystem at a particular date/time?
Specifically, I expect to be able to to COPY files from the remote to the local filename, providing a single date/time. I expect B2 to find the latest version of a file on or before this date/time and COPY it to the local filesystem without the date/time suffix.
- I would invoke: rclone copy --latest-before=2018-03-08-205431-000 remote:* local:*
- rclone would find files test.txt-v2018-03-08-205524-000, test2.txt-v2017-03-08-205524-000 as the latest file before the date/time
- rclone would restore target filenames “test.txt” and “test2.txt” (suffix removed)
I can open a file request on Github if necessary.