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Hi i need to tar the follwoing

]# bdf
Filesystem          kbytes    used   avail %used Mounted on
/dev/vg00/lvol3     204800  178888   25912   87% /
/dev/vg00/lvol1     298928   42160  226872   16% /stand
/dev/vg00/lvol8    4710400 2150104 2541552   46% /var
/dev/vg00/lvol7    3170304 2465160  699712   78% /usr
/dev/vg01/u04      10485760 2403518 7829680   23% /u04
/dev/vg01/u02      25165824 13502408 11300726   54% /u02
/dev/vg01/u01      15728640 10964482 4615778   70% /u01
/dev/vg00/lvol6    3170304  960808 2195200   30% /tmp
/dev/vg00/lvol5    3670016 2378696 1281240   65% /opt
/dev/vg00/lvol4    1572864  386504 1177568   25% /home
/dev/vg01/d05      233861120 197427096 36149424   85% /d05
/dev/vg01/d04      204800000 168023104 36489616   82% /d04
/dev/vg01/d03      10485760  429148 9747454    4% /d03
/dev/vg01/d02      36700160 2476416 33962296    7% /d02
/dev/vg01/d01      15728640  615840 14640592    4% /d01


My device is /dev/rmt/c4t2d0BESTn

how to tar d05 and all the u's ( u01 etc) on that tape ?

i dont think i have compression

thanks.
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tar cvf /dev/rmt/c4t2d0BESTn /d0S /u0*

If you have files under the root directory whose names start with "u0..." and if you don't want them archived better run

tar cvf /dev/rmt/c4t2d0BESTn /d0S /u01 /u02 /u04
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thank u much !!
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