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Ras was originally intended for transporting a large file split over several floppy disks in a manner resilient to the corruption of a few of the disks, and a pair of example shell scripts to do this (rassplit and rasmerge) is included in the distribution.
RAS(1) RAS(1) NAME ras - redundant archive system SYNOPSIS ras [-r] [-b|-v|-s] [-HF] [-f segfile] ... [-n segcount] [sumfile] ... ras -c [-b|-v|-s] [-HF] [-f segfile] ... [-n segcount] [-z blocksize] [-o offset] [sumfile[:sumspec]] ... DESCRIPTION ras adds m extra files to a set of n f more»
RASMERGE(1) RASMERGE(1) NAME rasmerge - Merge files from floppies split by rassplit SYNOPSIS rasmerge DESCRIPTION Merges a large file that's previously been split across sev‐ eral floppies by rassplit back into the original file, putting it in the current directory. SEE ALSO ras(1), rassplit(1) more»
RASSPLIT(1) RASSPLIT(1) NAME rassplit - Split file on floppies SYNOPSIS rassplit <number> <file> DESCRIPTION rassplit splits <file> onto floppies, including enough redun‐ dancy that <file> can still be regenerated if up to <number> floppies fail. This is achieved by using the ras Redundant Archive Sys more»
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