RESTOR(VIII) 11/24/73 RESTOR(VIII) NAME restor - incremental file system restore SYNOPSIS restor key [ arguments ] DESCRIPTION Restor is used to read magtapes dumped with the dump command. The key argument specifies what is to be done. Key is a character from the set trxw. t The date that the tape was made and the date that was specified in the dump command are printed. A list of all of the i-numbers on the tape are also given. r The tape is read and loaded into the file system specified in arguments. This should not be done lightly (see below). x Each file on the tape is individually extracted into a file whose name is the file's i-number. If there are arguments, they are interpreted as i-numbers and only they are extracted. w In conjunction with the x option, before each file is extracted, its i-number is typed out. To extract this file, you must respond with y. The r option should only be used to restore a complete dump tape onto a clear file system or to restore an incremental dump tape onto this. Thus /etc/mkfs /dev/rp0 40600 restor r /dev/rp0 is a typical sequence to restore a complete dump. Another restor can be done to get an incremental dump in on top of this. A dump followed by a mkfs and a restor is used to change the size of a file system. FILES /dev/mt0 SEE ALSO dump, mkfs, check, clri (VIII) DIAGNOSTICS There are various diagnostics involved with reading the tape and writing the disk. There are also diagnostics if the i- list or the free list of the file system is not large enough to hold the dump. BUGS There is redundant information on the tape that could be used in case of tape reading problems. Unfortunately, restor's approach is to exit if anything is wrong. Files that have been deleted are not removed when incremental tapes are loaded. It will be necessary to check the restored file system and clri any files that show up with a 201 delta diagnostic. The current version of restor does not free space occupied by files that are overwritten. Thus a check will have to be performed to reclain the missing space.