How do you view a sql.gz file as plain text SQL from the command line? I want to read the SQL statements stored in a .sql.gz file, from the command line on the server. I've tried tar -xzvf, but get ...
So this is a very annoying problem, I have a file in the Linux terminal ERR091571_1.fastq.gz And I run gunzip on it to decompress the file... gunzip ERR091571_1.fastq.gz But all that happens is ...
Let's say I have these series of commands mysqldump --opt --databases $dbname1 --host=$dbhost1 --user=$dbuser1 --password=$dbpass1 mysqldump --opt --databases $dbname2 --host=$dbhost1 --user=$dbuser1 ...
I would like to compress a text file using gzip command line tool while keeping the original file. By default running the following command gzip file.txt results in modifying this file and renaming ...
I need Gzip to pre-zip some static files for a webserver I'm building. All of the files I need to gzip will be in a folder named .cache. Since some clients may not accept responses that are gzipped, I ...
Is there a quick way to check if a gzipped file is empty, or do I have to unzip it first? example: $ touch foo $ if [ -s foo ]; then echo not empty; fi $ gzip foo $ if [ -s foo.gz ]; then echo not ...