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sr #103659: feature request: optomized file ordering (directorys first)

Submitter:  None
Submitted:  Thu 09 Dec 2004 05:32:22 AM UTC
   
 
Category:  None Priority:  5 - Normal
Severity:  1 - Wish Status:  In Progress
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Thu 09 Dec 2004 05:32:22 AM UTC, original submission:  

It would be a great option to create an archive in an optomized file order, such that subdirectory entries are entered first within a directory.  That would be optomized when, for example, find is recursing and takes advantage of a directory's link count to, when possible, only stat enough entries to account for all subdirectories.

Certainly this really has nothing to do with tar, but it seems to be a nice fit since doing it outside of tar is pretty slow, as you could see with the attached script.

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file #3912:  find.optomizeDirectoryStructure.sh added by None (752B - text/plain - example script to optomized directory structure)

 

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2004-12-09 None Attached File- Added find.optomizeDirectoryStructure.sh, #91

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