S tar 1.5.2 / 1.5.3 Alpha 1

The most POSIX compliant and fastest known implementation of a tar archiver on Linux
S tar - The usage message of the S tar command-line utility, as viewed from the Linux Terminal
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S tar or Star is an open source command-line program that can compress/archive many files together into a single tape or disk archive. It is also able to restore individual files from the generated archive.

S tar includes a FIFO for speed, multivolume support, a pattern matcher, the ability to archive sparse files, automatic byte order recognition, automatic archive format detection, automatic archive compression and decompression, remote archiving, as well as other special functionality that allows the application to be used for full system backups.

S tar also includes `rmt', a truly portable version of the remote tape server that supports remote operation between different operating systems and machine architectures, as well as a portable `mt' tape drive control program.

S tar is the fastest known implementation of a tar archiver, even faster than ufsdump in nearly all cases.

last updated on:
October 9th, 2013, 18:09 GMT
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FREE!
developed by:
J. Schilling
homepage:
cdrecord.berlios.de
license type:
CDDL (Common Development and Distribut... 
category:
ROOT \ System \ Archiving
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S tar - The help message of the S tar command-line utility, as viewed from the Linux TerminalS tar - The help message of the S tar command-line utility, as viewed from the Linux Terminal
What's New in version 1.5.3 Alpha 1
  • The Schily makefilesystem now supports CC++_COM for all platforms to allow to overwrite the low level command for the C++-compiler.
  • Fixed a problem in star with "star --xattr -find relative_path ..." Thanks to Philip Spencer for the patch.
  • libschily::fexecv() now allows to use the parameter "ac" with the value -1 to indicate that the arg count is to be determined by the NULL pointer at the end of the arg list.
  • include/schily/stat.h now contains macros to set the nanoseconds in timestamps in a OS independent way
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