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BF_TAR(1)		  Bogofilter Reference Manual		     BF_TAR(1)

NAME
       bf_tar -	shell script to	write a	tar file of a bogofilter directory to
       stdout

SYNOPSIS
       bf_tar [-r] [-R]	bogofilter_directory

DESCRIPTION
       bf_tar bundles a	bogofilter working directory in	tar format and copies
       it to standard output (your console, or where you redirect it, see
       EXAMPLES	below).

OPTIONS
       The -r option causes bf_tar to remove inactive log files	after the
       archive has been	written	successfully. The default is to	leave log
       files.

       The -R option causes bf_tar to remove inactive log files	before the
       archive is written. This	may reduce chances that	the resulting archive
       is recoverable should it	become damaged.	The archive may	be smaller
       though. The default is to leave log files.

EXIT STATUS
       The script exits	with status code 0 if everything went well, and
       nonzero if it encountered trouble.

EXAMPLES
       o   bf_tar ~/.bogofilter	> outfile.tar

	   Writes a standard .tar file containing the essential	files from
	   ~/.bogofilter to outfile.tar.

       o   bf_tar ~/.bogofilter	| gzip -9 -c > outfile.tar.gz

	   Writes a gzipped .tar.gz file containing the	essential files	from
	   ~/.bogofilter to outfile.tar.gz.

       o   bf_tar `pwd`/mydirectory > outfile.tar

	   Prepend $(pwd)/ or `pwd`/ if	you want to specify an absolute	path
	   instead of a	relative path.

NOTES
       This script is meant for	use with Berkeley DB based bogofilter
       versions.

       This script requires a SUSv2 compliant pax utility.

       This script expects a SUSv2 compliant shell. Solaris systems should
       have the	SUNWxcu4 package installed (when bogofilter is configured) so
       that /usr/xpg4/bin/sh can be used.

AUTHORS
       Matthias	Andree

Bogofilter			  05/19/2019			     BF_TAR(1)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | OPTIONS | EXIT STATUS | EXAMPLES | NOTES | AUTHORS

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