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Komenda/polecenie: Jak użyć tar

Uruchomienie, wykonanie: tar [options] [tarfile] [other-files]

Jak działa, co robi: Copy files to or restore files from an archive medium. If any files are directories, tar acts on the entire subtree. Options need not be preceded by - (though they may be). The exception to this rule is when you are using a long-style option (such as --modification-time). In that case, the exact syntax is:

tar--long-option -function-options files

For example:

tar --modification-time -xvf tarfile.tar

Dostępne opcje, wywołanie: [drive] [density]

Set drive (0-7) and storage density (l, m, or h, corresponding to low, medium, or high). Not available in all versions of tar.

--anchored

Exclude patterns must match the start of the filename (the default).

--atime-preserve

Preserve original access time on extracted files.

-b n, --blocking-factor=n

Set block size to n × 512 bytes.

--backup[=type]

Back up files rather than deleting them. If no backup type is specified, a simple backup is made with ~ as the suffix. (See also --suffix.) The possible values of type are:

t, numbered

Make numbered backups.

nil, existing

Make numbered backups if there are already numbered backups; otherwise make simple backups.

never, simple

Always make simple backups.

--checkpoint

List directory names encountered.

--exclude=pattern

Remove files matching pattern from any list of files.

-f file, --file=file

Store files in or extract files from archive file. Note that file may take the form hostname:filename.

--force-local

Interpret filenames in the form hostname:filename as local files.

-g file, --listed-incremental=file

Create new-style incremental backup.

--group=group

Use group as the group for files added to the archive.

-h, --dereference

Dereference symbolic links, and archive the files they point to rather than the symbolic link.

--help

Print help message and exit.

-i, --ignore-zeros

Ignore zero-sized blocks (i.e., EOFs).

--ignore-case

Ignore case when excluding files.

--ignore-failed-read

Ignore unreadable files to be archived. Default behavior is to exit when encountering these.

-j, --I, --bzip

Compress files with bzip2 before archiving them, or uncompress them with bunzip2 before extracting them.

-l, --one-file-system

Do not archive files from other filesystems.

-k, --keep-old-files

When extracting files, do not overwrite files with similar names. Instead, print an error message.

-m, --modification-time, --touch

Do not restore file modification times; update them to the time of extraction.

--mode=permissions

Use permissions when adding files to an archive. The permissions are specified the same way as for the chmod command.

--newer-mtime=date

Add only files whose contents have changed since date to the archive.

--no-anchor

Exclude patterns may match anything following a slash.

--no-ignore-case

Do not ignore case when excluding files.

--no-same-permissions

Do not extract permissions information when extracting files from the archive. This is the default for users, and therefore affects only the superuser.

--no-recursion

Do not move recursively through directories.

--no-same-owner

When extracting, create files with yourself as owner.

--no-wildcards

Don't use wildcards when excluding files; treat patterns as strings.

--no-wildcards-match-slash

Wildcards do not match / when excluding files.

--null

Allow filenames to be null-terminated with -T. Override -C.

--numeric-owner

Use the numeric owner and group IDs rather than the names.

-o, --old-archive, --portability

Create old-style archive in Unix V7 rather than ANSI format.

--overwrite

Overwrite existing files and directory metadata when extracting from archive.

--overwrite-dir

Overwrite existing directory metadata when extracting from archive.

--owner=owner

Set owner as the owner of extracted files instead of the original owner. owner is first assumed to be a username, then, if there is no match, a numeric user ID.

-p, --same-permissions, --preserve-permissions

Keep permissions of extracted files the same as the originals.

--posix

Create a POSIX-compliant archive.

--preserve

Equivalent to invoking both the -p and -s options.

--record-size=size

Treat each record as having size bytes, where size is a multiple of 512.

--recursion

Move recursively through directories.

--recursive-unlink

Remove existing directory hierarchies before extracting directories with the same name.

--remove-files

Remove originals after inclusion in archive.

--rsh-command=command

Do not connect to remote host with rsh; instead, use command.

-s, --same-order, --preserve-order

When extracting, sort filenames to correspond to the order in the archive.

--same-owner

When extracting, create files with the same ownership as the originals.

--show-omitted-dirs

List directories being omitted when operating on an archive.

--suffix=suffix

Use suffix instead of the default ~ when creating a backup file.

--totals

Print byte totals.

--use-compress-program=program

Compress archived files with program, or uncompress extracted files with program.

-v, --verbose

Verbose. Print filenames as they are added or extracted.

--version

Print version information and exit.

--volno-file=file

Use/update the volume number in file.

-w, --interactive, --confirmation

Wait for user confirmation (y) before taking any actions.

--wildcards

Use wildcards when excluding files.

--wildcards-match-slash

Wildcards match / when excluding files.

-z, --gzip, --gunzip, --ungzip

Compress files with gzip before archiving them, or uncompress them with gunzip before extracting them.

-B, --read-full-records

Reblock while reading; used for reading from 4.2BSD pipes.

-C directory, --directory=directory

cd to directory before beginning tar operation.

-F script, --info-script=script, --new-volume-script=script

Implies -M (multiple archive files). Run script at the end of each file.

-G, --incremental

Create old-style incremental backup.

-K file, --starting-file=file

Begin tar operation at file in archive.

-L length, --tape-length=length

Write a maximum of length × 1024 bytes to each tape.

-M, --multivolume

Expect archive to be multivolume. With -c, create such an archive.

-N date, --newer=date, --after-date=date

Ignore files older than date.

-O, --to-stdout

Print extracted files to standard output.

-P, --absolute-names

Do not remove initial slashes (/) from input filenames.

-R, --block-number

Display archive's block number in messages.

-S, --sparse

Treat sparse files more efficiently when adding to archive.

-T file, --files-from=file

Consult file for files to extract or create.

-U, --unlink-first

Remove each existing file from the filesystem before extracting from the archive.

-V name, --label=name

Name this volume name.

-W, --verify

Check archive for corruption after creation.

-X file, --exclude-from file

Consult file for list of files to exclude.

-Z, --compress, --uncompress

Compress files with compress before archiving them, or uncompress them with uncompress before extracting them.

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