Request for a K3B enhancement... multiple disk data splitting.
geleem at bellsouth.net
Sat Jun 26 07:09:27 UTC 2010
Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
> Neither tar nor cpio force you to use tape.
true. but they are easier to use than a lot of tape backup progs.
i never learned to use tar, as i was taught using 'find | cpio'.
> In fact they are usually not used with tape at all
not true. could be things are run a little different on this side of pond.
'find | cpio' was used by 5 admin's on mainframe systems that i did
equipment support on. numerous other admin's for mainframe that i know,
also used 'find | cpio' for backup.
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