These options are for creating or restoring a single-file backup to or from cloud storage. See Section 220.127.116.11, “Backing Up to Cloud Storage” for more information and instructions on using cloud storage with MySQL Enterprise Backup.
Due to some issues, Amazon S3 is currently not supported by MySQL Enterprise Backup 3.11.
In order to perform cloud backups and restores with the bucket, the user identified by the
--cloud-access-key-idoption must have at least the following permissions on the bucket:
s3:ListBucket: For listing information on items in the bucket.
s3:ListBucketMultipartUploads: For listing multipart uploads in progress to the bucket.
s3:GetObject: For retrieving objects from the bucket.
s3:PutObject: For adding objects to the bucket.
AWS secret access key that goes with the AWS access key id used in
--cloud-access-key-id. The option only has meaning if Amazon S3 is used for cloud backup.
Print trace information for cloud operations. It works independently of
--trace, which specifies the trace level for the non-cloud operations of mysqlbackup.
Any non-zero value for the option enables the trace function. Default value is “0.”
list-imageoperation can be performed on a cloud backup only if the cloud proxy supports range headers.