Tape backup performance on 386 ISA/EISA systems
Conor P. Cahill
cpcahil at virtech.uucp
Sat Jun 2 15:55:24 AEST 1990
In article <7596 at tekgvs.LABS.TEK.COM> keithe at tekgvs.LABS.TEK.COM (Keith Ericson) writes:
>In article <1990May25.123302.26061 at virtech.uucp> cpcahil at virtech.uucp (Conor P. Cahill) writes:
>< /bin/time sh -c "find . -print | cpio -oBcC 10240 > /dev/rmt0"
>Doesn't cpio bitch about the inclusion of both the "B" and "C 10240" command
>tail? They're redundant/competing flags to cpio... ("B" == "C 512").
No. it doesn't bitch. However it is redundant. I just can't type in "cpio -o"
without the inclusion of 'B' and 'c'.
Conor P. Cahill (703)430-9247 Virtual Technologies, Inc.,
uunet!virtech!cpcahil 46030 Manekin Plaza, Suite 160
Sterling, VA 22170
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