dar_xform -V (return code: 1)
dar_xform version 1.5.9, Copyright (C) 2002-2052 Denis Corbin Using libdar 5.11.0 built with compilation time options: Libz compression (gzip) : YES Libbz2 compression (bzip2) : YES Liblzo2 compression (lzo) : YES Liblzma compression (xz) : NO Strong encryption (libgcrypt): YES Public key ciphers (gpgme) : YES Extended Attributes support : YES Large files support (> 2GB) : YES ext2fs NODUMP flag support : YES Special allocation scheme : NO Integer size used : 64 bits Thread safe support : YES Furtive read mode support : YES Linux ext2/3/4 FSA support : YES Mac OS X HFS+ FSA support : NO Detected system/CPU endian : little Posix fadvise support : YES Large dir. speed optimi. : YES Timestamp read accuracy : 1 microsecond Timestamp write accuracy : 1 microsecond Restores dates of symlinks : YES compiled the Jun 25 2017 with GNUC version 6.3.0 20170618 dar_xform is part of the Disk ARchive suite (Release 2.5.11) dar_xform comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details type `dar -W'. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions; type `dar -L | more' for details.
dar_xform -h (return code: 1)
usage : dar_xform [options] [<path>/]<basename> [<path>/]<basename> dar_xform -h dar_xform -V the first non options argument is the archive to read the second non option argument is the archive to create Common options: -h displays this help information -V displays version information -s <integer> split the archive in several files of size <integer> -S <integer> first file size -p pauses before writing to a new file -n don't overwrite files -w don't warn before overwriting files -b ring the terminal bell when user action is required -E <string> command to execute between slices of destination archive -F <string> command to execute between slice of source archive -aSI slice size suffixes k, M, T, G, etc. are power of 10 -abinary slice size suffixes k, M, T, G, etc. are power of 2 -^ <string> permission[:user[:group]] of created slices See man page for more options.