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cpio.h(3head) [centos man page]

cpio.h(3HEAD)                                                         Headers                                                        cpio.h(3HEAD)

cpio.h, cpio - cpio archive values SYNOPSIS
#include <cpio.h> DESCRIPTION
Values needed by the c_mode field of the cpio archive format are described as follows: Name Description C_IRUSR Read by owner C_IWUSR Write by owner C_IXUSR Execute by owner C_IRGRP Read by group C_IWGRP Write by group C_IXGRP Execute by group C_IROTH Read by others C_IWOTH Write by others C_IXOTH Execute by others C_ISUID Set user ID C_ISGID Set group ID C_ISVTX On directories, restricted deletion flag C_ISDIR Directory C_ISFIFO FIFO C_ISREG Regular file C_ISBLK Block special C_ISCHR Character special C_ISCTG Reserved C_ISLNK Symbolic link C_ISSOCK Socket The header defines the symbolic constant: MAGIC "070707" ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Interface Stability |Standard | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
pax(1), attributes(5), standards(5) SunOS 5.10 10 Sep 2004 cpio.h(3HEAD)

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The header structure, when the option of is not used (see cpio(1)), is: When the option is used, the header information is described by: Longtime and Longfile are equivalent to and respectively. The contents of each file are recorded together with other items describing the file. Every instance of contains the constant 070707 (octal). The items through have meanings explained in stat(2). The length of the null-terminated path name including the null byte, is given by The last record of the archive always contains the name Directories and the trailer are recorded with equal to zero. It will not always be the case that and correspond to the results of but the values are always sufficient to tell whether two files in the archive are linked to each other. When a device special file is archived by HP-UX (using the option), contains a magic constant which is dependent upon the implementation doing the writing. flags the device file as an HP-UX 32-bit device specifier, and contains the 32-bit device specifier (see stat(2)). If the option is not present, special files are not archived or restored. Non-HPUX device special files are never restored. SEE ALSO
cpio(1), find(1), stat(2). STANDARDS CONFORMANCE
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