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provendb-decrypt

A command line tool to decrypt ProvenDB archives

Description

ProvenDB archives/backups are provided in encrypted files. The provendb-decrypt command decrypts these archives. See Exporting your data for more details.

Syntax

~ $ provendb-decrypt

Usage:
  provendb-decrypt [flags]

Flags:
  -h, --help            help for provendb-decrypt
  -i, --input string    specify the input file path
  -k, --key string      specify the decryption key/password
  -o, --output string   specify the output file path, default to be the same as input file path with ".pw" removed
      --version         version for provendb-decrypt

Example

We have downloaded a ProvenDB archive with the name _DJrEIT5mau4od7PH9jVp52uqLliNMZa.gz.pw and been given a password of hcNbU-Y611gwZRhBJ1c70DSyR1Gpmh8L.

 $ provendb-decrypt --input DJrEIT_5mau4od7PH9jVp52uqLliNMZa.gz.pw 
                                 --key hcNbU-Y611gwZRhBJ1c70DSyR1Gpmh8L
done

Once decrypted we can load it with mongorestore. See Exporting your data for more details.

Updated about a year ago


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A command line tool to decrypt ProvenDB archives

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