Archiver program which writer CPIO-format archives
afio makes cpio-format archives. It deals somewhat gracefully with input
data corruption, supports multi-volume archives during interactive
operation, and can make compressed archives that are much safer than
compressed tar or cpio archives. Afio is best used as an `archive engine'
in a backup script.
This is afio 2.5.1
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The current maintainer is Koen Holtman (firstname.lastname@example.org).
When mailing the maintainer, please use the word `afio' somewhere in
the subject line, this lowers the chance that your mail will get
Alternative e-mail address for the maintainer: k.holtman@chello
These are the scripts I use to make backups and to restore them
afterwards using afio for Linux. They're pretty simple.
I put them in /etc/backup on my backup filesystem (with a symlink from
/etc/backup on the root FS), and do /etc/backup/backup as root to back
the system up. The x.* files are regular expression which cause
matching names to be excluded from backups. A trailing slash is used o
afio - manipulate archives and files
... | afio -o [ options ] archive : write (create) archive
afio -i [ options ] archive : install (unpack) archive
afio -t [ options ] archive : list table-of-contents of ar‐
afio -r [ options ] archive : verify ar
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