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i have created a for loop, it looks like this -
for tar in *
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./tar_loop.sh: line 8:... (2 Replies)
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I am trying to determine if a tape is full because on 2 different tapes, im receiving 2 different kind of errors:
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a /export/home/jerry/wlserver_10.0.tar.gz 28528 tape blocks
tar: write error: unexpected EOF
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This might be a dumb question, but I havent been able to find the answer anywhere.
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Hi Guy`s I`m a newbie to Unix and I`m starting to love it
I got stuck donig backups of tar files to tape
I use this to find all tar files
find . -name '*.tar.*' > output
in output there would be n of file eg. 6
the size output is 156 but tar files are:
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Trying to answer a question about whether tar table-of-contents is a good tool for verifying tape data. (1 Reply)
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I'm pulling a 1MB file from tape using tar. It's a 300GB DLT tape and it does have a lot of files on it because it's go the entire OS and Oracle RMAN files and 3000 table exports, but it's taking 2-3 hours to pull this file off of it. Is this type of performance what I should expect?
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When trying to extract a tar file in HP-UX using tar -xvf command it exits with the following error :"Tar: tape blocksize error".
Tar file is created using the following command with MKS toolkit(Unix Simulation Kit for Windows env) under Windows 2000 Professional:
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I tried to buckup some oracle archive logs (from a solaris machine) to a remote tape (in a HP-UX machine).
I added the solaris machine name and user to .rhosts, and i tried to use this commande :
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The probleme that it gives:
HPhost:/dev/rmt/0mn : No such... (1 Reply)
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I'm trying to tar some directories to tape and then extract them from tape on another machine. I was hoping someone could help me with the syntax of the tar commands. Both machines are running Solaris 8.
Need to get all files and directories under the following:
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