I pushed some code for a backup/restore command line util written in node.js last night:
It's not published on NPM yet, because I wanted to wait for some positive testing feedback first. You can clone the repo and either use the scripts directly via
node backup.js and
node restore.js or you can install and link the executables globally via
npm install -g . in the repo root. The latter gives you
There's no discovery or auth yet, so you'll have to provide the actual storage base URL (e.g. for 5apps that would be
https://storage.5apps.com/yourusername/) and a valid token for either the whole storage or the category you're trying to backup/restore.
PRs are very welcome, of course. The whole thing is less than 200 lines of code and really simple. It's more of a quick hack actually, but I could reliably migrate storage accounts with it so far.
Would be great if some of you could try it out and let me know if it worked for you. Thanks!