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System Administration Guide: Devices and File Systems
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Specifying ufsrestore Options and Arguments

The syntax of the ufsrestore command is as follows:

/usr/sbin/ufsrestore options arguments filenames

Is a single string of one-letter option names. You must choose one and only one of these options: i, r, R, t, or x. For a description of the ufsrestore options, see ufsrestore(1M).


Follows the option string with the arguments that match the options. The option letters and their associated arguments must be in the same order.


Specifies the file or files to be restored as arguments to the x or t options. These arguments must always come last, separated by spaces.

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