I was searching for a long time, but can’t find a suitable tool to do this. Only that i should create a
SQUASHFS or use
I create images like that:
dd if=/dev/sda | pigz -9 - | ssh user@local dd of=image.gz status=progress bs=64k
Avfs works somehow, but it is really slow on an 300GB image that is compressed to 80GB.
Is there any alternative to AVFS that works faster?
I am not searching for “Egg-laying wool-milk sow”, but just a tool that decompress gzip files at a decent speed on the fly.
Thanks for advice