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Re: why complain about a broken pipe?
> pax.c ignores SIGPIPE around line 430.
> It needs to because "pax -w" writes an archive to standard output by
> default. [reporting EPIPE-truncated output archives]
Then perhaps it should do so only when stdout is receiving an archive,
as opposed to a TOC?
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