The command line option
--purge permanently deletes a directory or file, including all historical versions, from your SpiderOak account. It is not reversible. Basic usage is:
SpiderOakONE --device=DEVICE_NUMBER --purge=/path/to/file
For example, a command on Windows might look like:
"C:\Program Files\SpiderOakONE\SpiderOakONE.exe" --device=2 --purge="C:\Users\Username\My Documents\unwanted.doc"
The device number is optional and defaults to the device you are seated at. You can only delete data on a device other than the one you are seated at if they both use the same operating system. The purge command uses OS-specific paths, so you can't purge on a device that uses different types of paths. For example, you cannot delete files from a Windows device while seated at a Mac.
If you don't know the device number you want, you can use the command
--userinfo to see a complete listing of computers in your SpiderOak account and their device numbers.
Only files and directories can be purged, not devices. There is no command line option to purge a device.
If you only wish to delete historical versions but not the current version, then use --purge-historical-versions instead of --purge.
The instructions above presume that you are running the current version of our application. If you are running an older version, download and install our current version, then follow the instructions above.