restore w konsoli
Read all volumes to find the files to extract, beginning with volume 1. This will skip any volume prompts.
Read the table of contents from the specified archive file.
Specify the block size in kilobytes used for a block in the archive. Restore can usually determine this when reading the dump media.
Read dumps made prior to Version 4.4.
Print debugging information.
When using the -C flag, compare the dump to files on the specified filesystem.
Read the backup from the specified file: a device file, an ordinary file, or - to read from standard input. Use host:file or
user@host:file to read from a networked host using either the rmt program or the program specified by the RMT environment variable.
Run the specified script at the beginning of each volume. restore will pass the current device and volume number to the script. The script should return 0 to continue, 1 to prompt for a new tape, or any other exit value to abort the restore. The script will run with the process's real user and group ID.
Do not recursively restore directory. Only restore the specified directory.
Use Kerberos authentication when connecting to a remote server.
Treat file as a regular file instead of a tape device. Use this option when restoring from remote compressed files.
Used with the -C flag. Abort the comparison after encountering n errors.
Expect filenames to be given as inodes.
Restore from a multivolume backup. Treat any filename provided with -f as a prefix.
Perform all actions indicated by other flags and options, but don't write anything to the disk.
Automatically set ownership and mode of the current directory to match the original base directory of the dump.
Read tape positions from the specified Quick File Access mode file.
Read from volume n of a multifile backup.
Unlink (remove) any existing files before writing a file with the same name.
Verbose mode. Print information about files being restored.
Enable multivolume mode for devices other than tapes.
Read list of files and directories to extract from the specified file. Use - to retrieve list of files from standard input.
Attempt to skip over errors without prompting for operator input.
Przykłady restore działanie w Słownik polecenie R