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3.2 Copy-in mode

In copy-in mode, cpio copies files out of an archive or lists the archive contents. It reads the archive from the standard input. Any non-option command line arguments are shell globbing patterns; only files in the archive whose names match one or more of those patterns are copied from the archive. Unlike in the shell, an initial ‘.’ in a filename does match a wildcard at the start of a pattern, and a ‘/’ in a filename can match wildcards. If no patterns are given, all files are extracted. See section Options.

cpio {-i|--extract} [-bcdfmnrtsuvBSV] [-C bytes] [-E file]
[-H format] [-M message] [-R [user][:.][group]]
[-I [[user@]host:]archive] [-F [[user@]host:]archive]
[--file=[[user@]host:]archive] [--make-directories]
[--nonmatching] [--preserve-modification-time]
[--numeric-uid-gid] [--rename] [--list] [--swap-bytes] [--swap]
[--dot] [--unconditional] [--verbose] [--block-size=blocks]
[--swap-halfwords] [--io-size=bytes] [--pattern-file=file]
[--format=format] [--owner=[user][:.][group]]
[--no-preserve-owner] [--message=message] [--help] [--version]
[--no-absolute-filenames] [--sparse] [-only-verify-crc] [--to-stdout]
[-quiet] [--rsh-command=command] [pattern...] [< archive]

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