Commit 043e9404 authored by Ben Bodenmiller's avatar Ben Bodenmiller
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remove duplicate backup skip details

[skip ci]
parent 6e2f2f5d
......@@ -38,23 +38,6 @@ If you are running GitLab within a Docker container, you can run the backup from
docker exec -t <container name> gitlab-rake gitlab:backup:create
```
You can specify that portions of the application data be skipped using the
environment variable `SKIP`. You can skip:
- `db` (database)
- `uploads` (attachments)
- `repositories` (Git repositories data)
- `builds` (CI job output logs)
- `artifacts` (CI job artifacts)
- `lfs` (LFS objects)
- `registry` (Container Registry images)
Separate multiple data types to skip using a comma. For example:
```
sudo gitlab-rake gitlab:backup:create SKIP=db,uploads
```
Example output:
```
......@@ -111,13 +94,14 @@ To use the `copy` strategy instead of the default streaming strategy, specify
You can choose what should be backed up by adding the environment variable `SKIP`.
The available options are:
* `db`
* `uploads` (attachments)
* `repositories`
* `builds` (CI build output logs)
* `artifacts` (CI build artifacts)
* `lfs` (LFS objects)
* `pages` (pages content)
- `db` (database)
- `uploads` (attachments)
- `repositories` (Git repositories data)
- `builds` (CI job output logs)
- `artifacts` (CI job artifacts)
- `lfs` (LFS objects)
- `registry` (Container Registry images)
- `pages` (Pages content)
Use a comma to specify several options at the same time:
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