I currently have two CentOS servers. I need to know how and what the quickest way would be to "tar" up the images directory and SCP it over? Is that the quickest way that I just suggested, because ...
I am new to the world of Linux and seem to have run into a stumbling block. I know I can extract a specifc archive using the command tar xvfz archivename.tar.gz sampledir/ however how can I extract ...
I want to speed up my backup done with tar cfz, the common way to do it. But day by day my backed up files grow so it becomes slower. I was thinking to take advantage of the several cores available ...
We're looking to backup about 100gb+ of data containing small files (10kb+) each. The backup needs to be done as fast as possible to another harddrive weekly. Which is the better (especially speed ...
I want to archive files (with tar) which are below 3 MB in size. But I also want to retain the directories in which those files exist. (so I cannot use find command). I just want to avoid the files ...
I want to create a tar ball and include only the files in the directory that start with a specific filename. For instance I have apples-x.x.x and oranges-x.x.x, and I only want to tar the files ...
How do I compress every file in a directory into its own tar whilst preserving the name for each file? i.e. file1.out file2.out --> file1.out.tar.gz file2.out.tar.gz