print the names of files on a XENIX backup archive
xdumpdir [ f filename ]
is used to list the names and inode numbers
of all files and directories on an
archive written with the
This is most useful when attempting to determine the
location of a particular file in a set of backup archives.
The f option causes filename
to be used as the name of the backup device instead of the default.
The backup device depends on the setting of the variable
TAPE in the file
The device specified as TAPE
can be any type of backup device supported
by the system (for example, a floppy drive or cartridge tape drive).
rst temporary files
xdumpdir is not part of any currently supported standard; it
is an extension of AT&T System V provided by The Santa Cruz Operation, Inc.
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