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3.4.9 DELETE
The DELETE subcommand removes the subdirectory and data files from the BART backup catalog for the specified backups along with its archived WAL files.
[']{ backup_id | backup_name },... }[']
Note: Do not invoke the DELETE subcommand while the BART BACKUP subcommand is in progress. Backups affected by the backup process will be skipped and ignored by the DELETE subcommand.
-s, --server server_name
server_name is the name of the database server whose backups are to be deleted.
-i, --backupid { all | [']{ backup_id | backup_name },... }['] }
backup_id is the backup identifier of the backup to be deleted. backup_name is the user-defined alphanumeric name for the backup. Multiple backup identifiers and backup names may be specified in a comma-separated list. The list must be enclosed within single quotes if there is any white space appearing before or after each comma. If all is specified, all of the backups and their archived WAL files for the specified database server are deleted.
-n, --dry-run


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