I am trying to tar a huge directory (with about 600GB) and sometimes my SSH conection drops and I need to execute the tar code again and my linux overwites the previous file beginning all the tar ...
I'm using Ubuntu 12.10 after doing something like sudo rm *.log it asks me about each file. do you want to delete 1234.log y/n ? do you want to delete 12345.log y/n ? It is having this same behavior ...
I want to disable the requirement of sudo or running as root for a bash script that does backups with tar. I added this line to my sudoers file username ALL=NOPASSWD: /bin/tar However after I ...
according to http://www.gnu.org/software/automake/manual/tar/Incremental-Dumps.html, i try to create incremental backups with tar and --listed-incremental on my Ubuntu, but the --listed-incremental ...
I have an issue with a tarball created on a SuSe 10.3 Server version. The .tar file has a size of 6.5 GB but if I untar it under Ubuntu 9.10 the resulting folder only has a size of 1.5 GB. commands ...