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Manual Reference Pages  -  BTAPE (8)

NAME

btape - Bareos’s Tape interface test program

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Commands
See Also
Author

SYNOPSIS

btape [options] device-name

DESCRIPTION

This manual page documents briefly the btape command.

OPTIONS

A summary of options is included below.
-? Show summary of options and commands.
-b bootstrap
  Specify a bootstrap file.
-c config Specify configuration file.
-d nn Set debug level to nn.
-p Proceed inspite of I/O errors.
-s No signals (for debugging).
-v Set verbose mode.

COMMANDS

autochanger
  test autochanger
bsf backspace file
bsr backspace record
cap list device capabilities
clear clear tape errors
eod go to end of Bareos data for append
eom go to the physical end of medium
fill fill tape, write onto second volume
unfill read filled tape
fsf forward space a file
fsr forward space a record
help print this reference
label write a Bareos label to the tape
load load a tape
quit quit btape
rawfill
  use write() to fill tape
readlabel
  read and print the Bareos tape label
rectest
  test record handling functions
rewind rewind the tape
scan read() tape block by block to EOT and report
scanblocks
  Bareos read block by block to EOT and report
status print tape status
test General test Bareos tape functions
weof write an EOF on the tape
wr write a single Bareos block
rr read a single record
rb read a single bareos block
qfill quick fill command

SEE ALSO

bscan(1), bextract(1).

AUTHOR

This manual page was written by Jose Luis Tallon <jltallon@adv-solutions.net>.
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Kern Sibbald BTAPE (8) 26 November 2009

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