The ufsrestore command is used to extract the entire content of a file system (stored to tape with ufsdump) to another file system. Which statement about inode allocation is true?
The ufsrestore consults the inode map in each cylinder group. If an inode to be restored is already allocated, ufsrestore quits with a fail message.
The new file system's inodes are allocated successively as the files are restored, independent of the inode numbers recorded to tape.
The inodes are allocated such that the inode numbers after the restore are identical to the inode numbers recorded on tape, effectively overwriting inodes that had been allocated before the restore.
The ufsrestore tries to allocate inode numbers for the restored files as they are recorded on tape and evades to new, unallocated inodes whenever an inode number is already allocated in the file system.
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