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I am a software engineer, interested and curious about the Android development environnement.


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accepted How do I resume a tar command which was killed
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Dec
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comment How do I resume a tar command which was killed
So the idea is to make a list of the files which are already in the tarball, minus the last one which is probably incomplete. And then run a tar -rvf ?
Dec
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comment How do I resume a tar command which was killed
Yes there is an incomplete tar.
Dec
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asked How do I resume a tar command which was killed
Nov
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Nov
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comment Extrat tar “Cannot open: File name too long”
I can't paste them unfortunately (it is not my data). Thanks for your answer and this comment, I'll use it !
Nov
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accepted Extrat tar “Cannot open: File name too long”
Nov
20
comment Extrat tar “Cannot open: File name too long”
I 'll consider that, even if in this case the tar was made because I need large files in the remote machine. Thanks Bernhard.
Nov
20
comment Extrat tar “Cannot open: File name too long”
It is not a virtual file system. I have like thousands of files, there is one which is 158 caracters long without the path to it (with it it's 219). It starting and ending with a "#". I do not know this file, I guess if I removed it before "taring" it will work. The "tar -tvf" shows nothing special... and I do not know how to read the trace files (which are pretty long). Thanks a lot Dmitry.
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