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TAR: better to skip directory or use split

I've got a file.tar.gz that I create and backup to Amazon S3. It's gotten bigger than Amazon's limits and thus has not been backing up. This is my current command: tar -cpzf file.tar.gz directory/ ...
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Tar piped to split piped to scp

So I'm trying to transfer a bunch of files via SCP. Some of these are too large to be stored on the recipient (Android phone, 4GB file size limit). The sender is almost out of space, so I can't ...
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Backing up to DVD [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Splitting large directory tree into specified-size chunks? I have a partition that is about 14G and I need to back it up to DVD in such a way that I can use each disc to ...
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Can I automate tar's multi-volume-feature?

Ok, so I've just had a read through this page after a way to improve my current backup solution on my Debian server. Tar seems to be offering a quite nice multi-volume feature, although when I try it ...