How to Unarchive Multiple .7z Files

Published on May 30, 2017

To uncompress .7z files, we first need to install 7z.

On OS X, assuming you run Homebrew, the command is:

brew update
brew install p7zip

On Debian, run this:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install p7zip

On RedHat systems, run this:

sudo yum install p7zip p7zip-plugins

To extract filename.7z with their full paths:

7z x filename.7z

To extract filename.7z in the current directory:

7z e filename.7z

To extract all the .7z files in the current directory:

for file in *.7z; do 7z x "$file"; done

To delete 7z files with b1 in their filename:

find . -name '*b1*' -print0 | xargs -0 rm

To list the files contained in filename.7z:

7z l filename.7z

To update the archive filename.7z with .txt files:

7z u filename.7z *.txt

To delete all .txt files in filename.7z:

7z d filename.7z *.txt

To test the integrity of filename.7z:

7z t filename.7z

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Published on May 30, 2017

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