Let me first say that TKLBAM is a great tool and that I've tested backing up and moving around servers from different platforms and it worked perfectly. This post has to do with my desire to setup a TKL client workstation for my personal use (email, web, documents, etc..).
Using TKLBAM as a backup mechanism for my personal workstation would help take away my general concerns on losing personal files. In fact, it would also help take away my concerns of the difficulties of future hardware upgrades and possible virtualization of my workstation. As well, I'd much rather pay my backup fees to TKL/Amazon than to another backup provider, if just to help support the TKL community.
I've read a few posts about TKLBAM regarding file level backup and restore requests, similar to a drop-box or a google drive type of functionality. Here's one on restoring just a single directory from a TKLBAM backup. I understand that the core concept of TKLBAM is to be a system level restore mechanism, not a file level restore mechanism.
But, I'd like to just throw it out there again that it would be very COOL if it could restore at the folder/file level, from the HUB web interface perhaps?! ...I also realize that coming up with the request is the easy part.... :)
In the meantime, does anyone know if there is a way (or a CLI command) that would allow me to view or search my HUB backups to find specific files or folders that I would like to restore?