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cdrestore - Streaming restore from CD-R(W)/DVD-R(W)
cdrestore [-qvDFRTV] [-d device] [-i image] [-l size] [-t track] [-c command]
cdrestore is a utility to make streaming restores from CD-R(W)/DVD-R(W) disks. It's designed to work with any backup tool which is able to restore from stdin (like tar/cpio/afio).
-d device The device name which is used for reading the backup. (default: /dev/cdrom) -i image Enables virtual image mode. The backup stream is read from the given image file. You have to use this option, if you are restoring from a dumped image too. (default: none) -l size Specifies the media size. This value is used to display the free space on the media only. By default the given value is taken as megabytes. You can append a single letter to the number to select: (k)ilobytes, (m)egabytes, (g)igabytes or (s)ectors (e.g. 170k, 4488m, 350000s). (default: 650m) -t track The number of the data track on the media for reading the backup. (default: none) -T Enables test mode. The complete restore process is done to test data integrity (includes CRC checksum test, if available), but no data is output. NOTE: This only verifies that the data is readable by cdrestore at all. This doesn't guarantee that your backup software will be able to do a real restore with the data. -F Forces cdrestore to begin the restore in the middle of a multi-disk set. This may be useful if you have lost a disk or a disk is badly damaged. NOTE: This will most probably start the restore in the middle of a file. It's up to your backup software to sync to the beginning of the next file. -R Disable the kernel readahead for the CDROM device during the restore process. (see cdbackup(1) Known problems) -c command The command which is executed whenever cdrestore needs to request a new media for multi-disk backups. This command (or script) should prompt the user and return after the device is ready again. The command receives one argument, which is the device name passed with -d. This can be used to issue commands to the device like ejecting the media. (default: use internal diskchange prompt) -q Queries the media, prints out the contents and exits. -v Enables verbose mode. -D Enables DEBUG output (probably not useful for normal use). -V Prints out version information and exits.
Query the 700 MB media on /dev/sr0: cdrestore -d /dev/sr0 -l 700 -q Restore a tar archive to the current directory from track 2 of a 702 MB media on /dev/scd0: cdrestore -d /dev/scd0 -l 702 -t 2 | tar xf - Query the contents of a virtual image: cdrestore -i /tmp/vimage -l 4488m -q Check data integrity of track 3 in a virtual image after dumping it to DVD media: cdrestore -i /dev/dvd -t 3 -T
Stefan Huelswitt <email@example.com>
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