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BASH: bz2 to gzip conversion with find

I would like to convert a muliply bzip2 files to gzip format. I achived this with foor loop but I would like to do the same with find: BASH for loop: for i in $(ls -1 *.bz2); do echo "Converting: $i ...
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How to split a file and compress directly?

I've a 100GB file and I want to split into 100 of 1GB file each (by line break) e.g. split --bytes=1024M /path/to/input /path/to/output For the 100 files generated, I want to apply gzip/zip to ...
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Shell script error on filename with spaces

I have a bash script that search for every static file located under my server root and stores a gzipped version next to each file. I got it from ...
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mysqldump to a tar.gz

Usually after dumping a MySQL database with mysqldump command I immediately tar/gzip the resultant file. I'm looking for a way to do this in one command: So from this: mysqldump dbname -u root -p ...
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Linux gzip multiple subdirectories into separate archives?

How would I be able to compress subdirectories into separate archives? Example: directory subdir1 subdir2 Should create subdir1(.tar).gz and subdir2(.tar).gz
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`outputscript | gzip > $file` not overwriting $file

I have an hourly cron script which take some output (a mysql dump), pipes it through gzip, and aims to overwrite a file of the same name. When I run it manually as root the file is overwritten. When ...