Various constants associated with dump archives.
This class represents an entry in a Dump archive.
The DumpArchiveInputStream reads a UNIX dump archive as an InputStream.
This class represents identifying information about a Dump archive volume.
The type of compression.
The type of tape segment.
Dump Archive Exception
Invalid Format Exception.
Short File Exception.
Unrecognized Format Exception.
Unsupported compression algorithm.
This package provides stream classes for reading archives using the Unix DUMP format. This format is similar to (and contemporary with) TAR but reads the raw filesystem directly. This means that writers are filesystem-specific even though the created archives are filesystem-agnostic.
Unlike other formats DUMP offers clean support for sparse files, extended attributes, and other file metadata. In addition DUMP supports incremental dump files can capture (most) file deletion. It also provides a native form of compression and will soon support native encryption as well.
In practice TAR archives are used for both distribution and backups. DUMP archives are used exclusively for backups.
Like any 30+-year-old application there are a number of variants. For pragmatic reasons we will only support archives with the 'new' tape header and inode formats. Other restrictions:
As of Apache Commons Compress 1.3 support for the dump format is read-only.
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