The CLI tools have always been a great help to export out spaces. However after the last upgrade to 5.1 and CLI tools 3.3.0 I am having some trouble with exporting the spaces (as html). The export seems to be fine and things show up in the "temp" folder in the confluence home dir. However they are not moved into place afterwards (the --file option is not used it seems).
Am I hitting a bug, or doing something wrong?
I'm running it as follows (along with the error:)
-bash-4.1$ /export/confluence-cli-3.3.0/confluence.sh --user spaces-exporter --password xxx --server http://localhost:8090 --action exportSpace --exportType HTML --space far --file "/nfs/dumps/test-dump.zip" --verbose Server address: http://localhost:8090/rpc/soap-axis/confluenceservice-v1 Successful login to: http://localhost:8090/rpc/soap-axis/confluenceservice-v1 by user: spaces-exporter. Using basic authentication. cb7f9266eb logged out. Client error: javax.net.ssl.SSLProtocolException: handshake alert: unrecognized_name org.swift.common.cli.CliClient$ClientException: javax.net.ssl.SSLProtocolException: handshake alert: unrecognized_name at org.swift.common.cli.CliUtils.copyUrlToFile(CliUtils.java:218) at org.swift.confluence.cli.ConfluenceClient.exportSpace(ConfluenceClient.java:4487) at org.swift.confluence.cli.ConfluenceClient.handleRequest(ConfluenceClient.java:693) at org.swift.common.cli.AbstractRemoteClient.process(AbstractRemoteClient.java:122) at org.swift.common.cli.CliClient.doWork(CliClient.java:315) at org.swift.confluence.cli.ConfluenceClient.main(ConfluenceClient.java:146)
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