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restore -u <domain_user_name> [-s <domain_user_security_domain>] [-p <domain_password> | -P <domain_password_environment_variable>] -i <input_file_name> [-g (create global repository)] [-y (enable object versioning)] [-b (skip workflow and session logs)] [-j (skip deployment group history)] [-q (skip MX data)] [-f (skip task statistics)] [-a (as new repository)] [-e (exit if domain name in the binary file is different from current domain name)]
Required. User name.
Required if you use LDAP authentication. Name of the security domain that the user belongs to. Default is Native.
Optional. Password. You can use the -p or ‑P option, but not both. If you do not use the -p or -P option, pmrep prompts you for the password.
Optional. Password environment variable. You can use the -p or ‑P option, but not both. If you do not use the -p or -P option, pmrep prompts you for the password.
Required. Name of the repository backup file. Use a file name and path local to the Repository Service.
Optional. Promotes the repository to a global repository.
Optional. Enables object versioning for the repository.
Optional. Skips tables related to workflow and session logs during restore.
Optional. Skips deployment group history during restore.
Optional. Skips tables related to MX data during restore.
Optional. Skips task statistics during restore.
Optional. Creates new internal folder IDs for folders in the restored repository. This enables you to copy folders and deployment groups between the original repository and the restored repository. If you do not use -a, you cannot copy folders and deployment groups between the original and restored repositories.
Optional. Exits if domain name in the binary file is different from current domain name