A problem that may come across
Use the tar command (TAR-CVFZ src.tar.gz src) to compress a directory,
Encountered error "error exit delayed from previous errors"
The reason option "F" means the archive file name is given on the command
Line (required whenever the tar output is going to a file),
F need to be followed by the name of the compressed file.
So the tar command from "TAR-CVFZ src.tar.gz src" changed to "TAR-CZVF src.tar.gz src",
Two problems that may be encountered
In Google search, there are two possible scenarios for this problem:
12 There may be files in the packaged directory that do not have read (r) permissions, and directories that may be in the packaged directory do not have the Execute (x) permission.
Locate the file or directory that has a problem with the permissions and change their permissions by using the following chmod command:
12345 # Change file permissions chmod u+r File # change directory permissions chmod-r u+xr dir
After the permission setting is complete, then using the TAR command to package the compression, there will be no tar:error exit delayed from previous errors error.
Sometimes the tar function may be incorrectly prompted because of an FTP upload problem
FTP is transmitted in a binary way:
12345 FTP 192.168.0.1# Omit login password and ... # FTP command mode,
Set transfer mode for binftp> binftp> put ~/xxx.tar.gz yyy.tar.gz
Okay, about the error exit delayed from previous errors basically on these kinds of people can refer to.