I am using restic successfully all over my mini-network at home, including Raspberry Pis.
I want to use rest-server on my Pi. I downloaded it and the go language, and compiled successfully. Here is what I am using:
rest-server 0.9.7 (v0.9.7-28-ga87d968) compiled with go1.11 on linux/arm
I appear to fire up the rest-server just fine:
root@svcrpi:~# rest-server --no-auth --debug
Data directory: /tmp/restic
Private repositories disabled
Starting server on :8000
In a different window #2 on the same node, and still as root, I try to show the snapshots through the REST interface.
root@svcrpi:~# restic -r rest:http://localhost:8000/wd/restic/restic-other snapshots
Fatal: unable to open config file: does not exist
Is there a repository at the following location?
When I do that command, here’s what appears on window #1 (with the
Back in window #2, I can do a local
restic command pointing at the same restic repo just fine:
root@svcrpi:~# restic -r /wd/restic/restic-other snapshots
repository 3edbcbc1 opened successfully, password is correct
ID Time Host Tags Paths
cc9ccbc6 2018-10-22 16:14:17 STEVENLT5 c:
92b2eb7c 2018-10-25 08:10:00 STEVENLT5 c:
26f2ae33 2018-10-31 02:56:39 STEVENLT5 c:\
I believe I am missing something simple. Can anyone help me out?
Thanks - Steven