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You can instruct AWS Import/Export not to import some of the directories and files on your
storage device. This is a convenient feature that allows you to keep a directory
structure intact, but avoid uploading unwanted files and directories. Use the
ignore option to specify directories, files, or file
types on your storage device to ignore. Use standard Java regular expressions to
specify naming patterns. For information about Java regular expressions, go to
following examples show Java regular expressions that are commonly used in a
The following example uses the ignore option with two Java regular expressions to exclude
files with suffix ending with a tilde and
ignore: - .*~$ - .*\.swp$
ignore option excludes all the files on the storage
device with the .
ignore: - \.psd$ - \.PSD$
The log report includes all ignored files, including the
SIGNATURE file you added at the root of your
ignore option specifies that the
backup directory at the root of your storage device
will be excluded from the import.
ignore: - ^backup/
When specifying a path that includes a file separator, for
sure to use a forward slash, “/”, and not a back slash.
The following ignore option ignores all the content in the images/myImages directory.
ignore: - ^images/myImages/
Many storage devices include recycle bins. You may not want to upload the recycle bin in the import process. To skip the recycle bin on Windows computers you specify the following ignore option. The regular expression in the first line applies to NTFS file systems formatted for Windows Vista and Windows 7. The regular expression in the second line applies to NTFS file systems on Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows NT. And the regular expression in the third line applies to the FAT file system.
ignore: - ^\$Recycle\.bin/ - ^RECYCLER/ - ^RECYCLED/
The Java regular expression in the following
lost+found directory from being
ignore: - ^lost\+found/