I need to split a large file into 5 pieces and rename them. For Example, file Test needs to be split into Test1, Test2 & Test3. However, the split command splits as xaa,xab,xbc.
I am used to raring files -- but I am looking for something faster. I see that there is a "split" command. How does this command compare to rar? What is are the differences between split and rar?
I have a large (2GB) file that looks like this: ^%%-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-%%^ <binary data> ^%%-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-%%^ <binary data> ^%%-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-%%^ ...
I have a vcf file that contains numerous vcards. When importing the vcf file to outlook it seems to only import the first vcard. Hence I want to split them up. Given that a vcard starts with ...
I'm loading a pretty gigantic file to a postgresql database. To do this I first use split in the file to get smaller files (30Gb each) and then I load each smaller file to the database using GNU ...
We're using a ksh script for installing one product. I've another config file, I'd need to read this configuration file from my main script Content of the Configuration file: ...
If I have a large file and need to split it into 100 megabyte chunks I will do split -b 100m myImage.iso That usually give me something like xaa xab xac xad And to get them back together I have ...