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Although Solaris does come with tar installed, it is advisable to download, compile, and install GNU tar, because of the increased functionality that it includes with respect to compression. For example, to create a compressed tape archive file.tar.gz, use the z flag in addition to the normal cvf flags:
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Using cpio
cpio is used for copying file archives and is much more flexible than tar, because a cpio archive can span multiple volumes. cpio can be used in three different modes: Copy in mode (cpio i) Extracts files from standard input, from a stream created by cat or similar Copy out mode (cpio o) Obtains a list of files from standard input and creates an archive from these files, including their path name Copy pass mode (cpio p) archive is actually created Equivalent to copy out mode, except that no
The basic idea behind using cpio for archiving is to generate a list of files to be archived, print it to standard output, and then pipe it through cpio in copy out mode. For example, to archive all the text files in your home directory and store them in an archive called myarchive in the /staff/pwatters directory, you would use this command:
$ find . -name '*.txt' -print | cpio -oc > \ /staff/pwatters/myarchive
Recording headers in ASCII is portable and is achieved by using the c option. When the command completes, the number of blocks required to store the files is reported:
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The files themselves are stored in text format with an identifying header, which you can examine with cat or head:
$ head myarchive 0707010009298a00008180000011fc0000005400000001380bb9b600001e9b0 00000550000000000000000000000000000001f00000003Directory/file. txtThe quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.
Since recording headers in ASCII is portable, files can actually be extracted from the archive by using the cat command:
$ cat myarchive | cpio -icd "*"
This extracts all files and directories as required (specified by using the d option). It is just as easy to extract a single file. To extract Directory/file.txt, you use this command:
$ cat myarchive | cpio -ic "Directory/file.txt"
If you are copying files directly to tape, it is important that you use the same blocking factor when you retrieve or copy files from the tape to the hard disk that you used when
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