Essentially, I'm hoping someone with an advanced knowledge of tar/bz2 can answer whether this is possible. The situation is that we have a periodic 24GB feed of data from a vendor, as a .tbz file. ...
We use tar.bz2 as our archive of server logs. We also write tools that selectively parse these archived logs. Many times I must regex-search one file’s lines in the archive to determine if other ...
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'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 ...