Hello! Is it possible to use the FIND command to discover large files that are a part of my previous backup(s)?
In order to save on storage costs, I’d like to manually PURGE some large files that I no longer need from previous backups. In most cases, though, I don’t know what the files are in advance - they could be ones that I deleted from my source disk at some point and no longer remember. I don’t want to impose a hard limit on the filesize (i.e. --skip-files-larger-than) because by default I don’t want to exclude backing up large files. The flow I’m envisioning is I run the FIND command with some filter that only returns files larger than some supplied filesize, look through the list and determine which I am comfortable deleting, then run the PURGE command with the filenames I chose. Is this currently supported?
I looked through the FIND options documentation and poked around the sqlite tables, but I couldn’t see anywhere to access this information.