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Old 01-07-2004, 06:17 PM   #1
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Compressing data with DUMP


How can I compress the data when using the program DUMP? I know there is a "-j" option with levels 0-9, but what level is the highest compressed and what is the lowest? Do you have any additional ideas for me? I'm trying to use DDS-125 mm tapes and it seems like when I'm backing up to it, it only stores up to 1GB and then I have to put a new tape in. Thanks.
 
  


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