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Old 10-10-2001
backup listing(cpio)

Hi i am using HPUX

and i want to know wht is the command to see the listing from the tape device..

i have taken the backup
using cpio -ocvB>/dev/rmt/0m

while seeing the listing using
cpio -itvB</dev/rmt/0m

it is not showing the listing giving message -c option sd be there if i put -c option then it is saying -R option sd be thr..

please help


try n learn
regards
praful
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Old 10-10-2001
cpio -itvcB < /dev/rmt/0m

should do it. And I just tested on my HP-UX system. You used -c as you wrote the tape so certainly you need -c to read it. But when cpio asks for -R you probably have a bad tape.
 

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