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Google Storage Backup - Schedule and Automate Google Storage backup using Bucket Commander

Bucket Commander for Google Storage provides you a command line tool for performing or scheduling Google Storage backup. With Bucket Explorer Google Storage, you will perform the operations manually, Bucket Commander Google Storage helps you in Scheduling and Automation of Upload / Download / Copy features. Your scheduled operations will be processed automatically on a scheduled time, so use Bucket Commander Google Storage instead of Bucket Explorer Google Storage when you want to schedule a major process.

Features of Bucket Commander Google Storage :

  1. Upload files and folders from your local file system to Google Storage bucket.
  2. Download files and folders from Google Storage bucket to a local folder.
  3. Copy the contents from one bucket to another directly on Google Storage.
  4. Provides you a summary report in your configured mail account for all the performed operations.
  5. Schedule Bucket Commander Google Storage using your OS scheduler.
  6. Operations :
    • Upload : Using this option, you can upload local files & folders to a specified Google Storage bucket or folder. You can overwrite existing objects by setting overwrite true in config file of Bucket Commander Google Storage.
    • Download : Download your Google Storage bucket, files or folders to a local machine using Bucket Commander Google Storage, it also supports overwrite similar to upload option.
    • Copy : Copy one Google Storage bucket to another directly on Google Storage using Bucket Commander Google Storage. It also supports overwrite objects.

Command on Windows

BucketCommanderGoogleStorage.exe -action: upload/download/copy [-authenticate: nick-name] [-emailprofile: profilename1, profilename2]

[-configfilename: full path of commander configuration file]

Command on Linux

BucketCommanderGoogleStorage.sh/BucketCommanderGoogleStorage-jre.sh -action: upload/download/copy [-authenticate: nick-name] [-emailprofile: profilename1, profilename2] [-configfilename: full path of commander configuration file]

Note: On Linux you can open terminal at  Applications -> Accessories ->  Terminal .

Command on Mac OSX

java -jar BucketCommanderGoogleStorage.jar -action: upload/download/copy [-authenticate: nick-name] [-emailprofile: profilename1, profilename2] [-configfilename: full path of commander configuration file]

Note: On Mac OSX you can open terminal at  Applications -> Utilities -> Terminal in Finder.

Bucket Commander Google Storage needs a configuration file, which can be created using:

 

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