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Archive on multiple volumes using zip from OSX command line PDF
Saturday, 07 June 2014
If you want to archive a file or directory on multiple volumes using zip from OSX's command line, just open the terminal and type:

  zip -r -s 30 archive_filename.zip directory_to_archive

where:

-s 30 is the size of split volumes in MB.
-r is used to travel the directory structure recursively.

 
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