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After installing RH ES



A simple copy to tape

cd /
find . -print |grep -v "dev/" |grep -v "proc/" |cpio -oBc >/dev/st0

yields the following error message(s)

cpio: File ./sys/module/nfsd/sections/.strtab shrunk by 4085 bytes, padding with zeros
cpio: error writing NUL's: Invalid argument

While I can come up with several hundred work-arounds all on my own, to the best of my knowledge CPIO should be able to pad files on output.

Any suggestions?



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