In this way, you can transfer a tar archive that's too large to fit into a local filesystem, via SRB or other program that doesn't understand pipes.
Usage is like:
Usage: /usr/local/etc/chunkup -c chunkhandlerprog -n nameprefix [-t tmpdir] [-b blocksize] -c specifies the chunk handling program to handle each chunk, and is required -n specifies the nameprefix to use on all files created, and is required -t specifies the temporary directory to write files to, and is optional. Defaults to $TMPDIR or /tmp -b specifies the length of files to create, and is optional. Defaults to 1 gigabyte -d specifies the number of digits to use in filenames. Defaults to 5
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