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SYNOPSIS

       tar  [  -  ]  A  --catenate --concatenate | c --create | d
       --diff --compare | r --append | t --list | u --update |  x
       -extract --get [ --atime-preserve ] [ -b, --block-size N ]
       [ -B, --read-full-blocks ]  [  -C,  --directory  DIR  ]  [
       --checkpoint     ]  [ -f, --file [HOSTNAME:]F ] [ --force-
       local   ] [ -F, --info-script F --new-volume-script F ]  [
       -G,  --incremental  ] [ -g, --listed-incremental F ] [ -h,
       --dereference ] [ -i, --ignore-zeros ] [ -j, -I, --bzip  ]
       [  --ignore-failed-read  ]  [ -k, --keep-old-files ] [ -K,
       --starting-file F  ]  [  -l,  --one-file-system  ]  [  -L,
       --tape-length  N  ]  [  -m,  --modification-time  ]  [ -M,
       --multi-volume ] [ -N, --after-date DATE, --newer DATE ] [
       -o,  --old-archive,  --portability ] [ -O, --to-stdout ] [
       -p, --same-permissions,  --preserve-permissions  ]  [  -P,
       --absolute-paths ] [ --preserve      ] [ -R, --record-num-
       ber ] [ --remove-files ] [ -s,  --same-order,  --preserve-
       order  ]  [ --same-owner ] [ -S, --sparse ] [ -T, --files-
       from=F ] [ --null     ] [ --totals   ] [ -v, --verbose ] [
       -V,  --label  NAME  ]  [ --version  ] [ -w, --interactive,
       --confirmation ] [ -W, --verify    ] [ --exclude FILE ]  [
       -X, --exclude-from FILE ] [ -Z, --compress, --uncompress ]
       [ -z, --gzip,  --ungzip       ]  [  --use-compress-program
       PROG ] [ --block-compress ] [ -[0-7][lmh]     ]

       filename1 [ filename2, ... filenameN ]

       directory1 [ directory2, ...directoryN ]


DESCRIPTION

       This  manual  page  documents  the GNU version of tar , an
       archiving program designed to store and extract files from
       an archive file known as a tarfile.  A tarfile may be made
       on a tape drive, however, it is also  common  to  write  a
       tarfile  to a normal file.  The first argument to tar must
       be one of the options: Acdrtux, followed by  any  optional
       functions.   The  final  arguments to tar are the names of
       the files or directories which should be archived. The use
       of a directory name always implies that the subdirectories
       below should be included in the archive.


FUNCTION LETTERS

       One of the following options must be used:

       -A, --catenate, --concatenate
              append tar files to an archive

       -c, --create
              create a new archive

       -d, --diff, --compare
              find differences between archive and file system

       -x, --extract, --get
              extract files from an archive


OTHER OPTIONS

       --atime-preserve
              don't change access times on dumped files

       -b, --block-size N
              block size of Nx512 bytes (default N=20)

       -B, --read-full-blocks
              reblock as we read (for reading 4.2BSD pipes)

       -C, --directory DIR
              change to directory DIR

       --checkpoint
              print directory names while reading the archive

       -f, --file [HOSTNAME:]F
              use archive file or device F (default /dev/rmt0)

       --force-local
              archive file is local even if has a colon

       -F, --info-script F --new-volume-script F
              run script at end of each tape (implies -M)

       -G, --incremental
              create/list/extract  old   GNU-format   incremental
              backup

       -g, --listed-incremental F
              create/list/extract   new   GNU-format  incremental
              backup

       -h, --dereference
              don't dump symlinks; dump the files they point to

       -i, --ignore-zeros
              ignore blocks of zeros in  archive  (normally  mean
              EOF)

       -j, -I, --bzip
              filter  the archive through bzip2. Note: -I is dep-
              recated and may get a different meaning in the near
              future.

       --ignore-failed-read
              don't exit with non-zero status on unreadable files

       -k, --keep-old-files

       -M, --multi-volume
              create/list/extract multi-volume archive

       -N, --after-date DATE, --newer DATE
              only store files newer than DATE

       -o, --old-archive, --portability
              write a V7 format archive, rather than ANSI format

       -O, --to-stdout
              extract files to standard output

       -p, --same-permissions, --preserve-permissions
              extract all protection information

       -P, --absolute-paths
              don't strip leading `/'s from file names

       --preserve
              like -p -s

       -R, --record-number
              show record number within archive with each message

       --remove-files
              remove files after adding them to the archive

       -s, --same-order, --preserve-order
              list of names to extract is sorted to match archive

       --same-owner
              create extracted files with the same ownership

       -S, --sparse
              handle sparse files efficiently

       -T, --files-from=F
              get names to extract or create from file F

       --null
              -T reads null-terminated names, disable -C

       --totals
              print total bytes written with --create

       -v, --verbose
              verbosely list files processed

       -V, --label NAME
              create archive with volume name NAME


       -Z, --compress, --uncompress
              filter the archive through compress

       -z, --gzip, --ungzip
              filter the archive through gzip

       --use-compress-program PROG
              filter  the archive through PROG (which must accept
              -d)



                         30 October 2000                   TAR(1)

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