I've been trying to save space on my linux server, and I had a folder containting, in subfolders, 22GB of images. So I decided to compress them. First I used tar: tar -zcf folder.tar folder Then ...
I am using bzip2 to compress a file,the process takes more that 100% cpu.Is there any way to run bzip2 with minimum CPU precentage.
Say I have a file foo.tbz2 in a directory. I want to extract the tar file from the archive, but to a different directory. It seems like bunzip2 will only extract the archive to the same directory as ...
I've been using tar with its "--use-compress-prog=pbzip2" function to archive my files then compress them with pbzip2 to get an "*.tar.bz" archive. Afterwards I checked the resulting file with ...