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dumpdir(8) [bsd man page]

DUMPDIR(8)						      System Manager's Manual							DUMPDIR(8)

NAME
dumpdir, 512dumpdir - print the names of files on a dump tape SYNOPSIS
dumpdir [ f filename ] 512dumpdir [ f filename ] DESCRIPTION
Dumpdir is used to read magtapes dumped with the dump command and list the names and inode numbers of all the files and directories on the tape. The f option causes filename as the name of the tape instead of the default. 512dumpdir is a version of dumpdir that can read tapes written from 512-byte block file systems. FILES
/dev/rmt1 default file name rst* temporary files SEE ALSO
dump(8), restor(8) DIAGNOSTICS
If the dump extends over more than one tape, it may ask you to change tapes. Reply with a newline when the next tape has been mounted. BUGS
There is redundant information on the tape that could be used in case of tape reading problems. Unfortunately, dumpdir and 512dumpdir don't use it. 3rd Berkeley Distribution DUMPDIR(8)

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tcopy(1)							   User Commands							  tcopy(1)

NAME
tcopy - copy a magnetic tape SYNOPSIS
tcopy source [destination] DESCRIPTION
The tcopy utility copies the magnetic tape mounted on the tape drive specified by the source argument. The only assumption made about the contents of a tape is that there are two tape marks at the end. When only a source drive is specified, tcopy scans the tape, and displays information about the sizes of records and tape files. If a des- tination is specified, tcopy makes a copies the source tape onto the destination tape, with blocking preserved. As it copies, tcopy pro- duces the same output as it does when only scanning a tape. The tcopy utility requires the use of Berkeley-compatible device names. For example, example% tcopy /dev/rmt/1b /dev/rmt/2b ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Availability |SUNWesu | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
mt(1), ioctl(2), attributes(5) NOTES
tcopy will only run on systems supporting an associated set of ioctl(2) requests. SunOS 5.11 10 Mar 2000 tcopy(1)
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