show information stored in the .lzma file header
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shows information stored in the .lzma file header. It
reads the first 13 bytes from the specified file,
decodes the header, and prints it to standard output in
human readable format. If no files are given or
file is -, standard input is read.
most interesting information is the uncompressed size and
the dictionary size. Uncompressed size can be shown only if
the file is in the non-streamed .lzma format variant.
The amount of memory required to decompress the file is a
few dozen kilobytes plus the dictionary size.
is included in XZ Utils primarily for backward compatibility
with LZMA Utils.
All is good.
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uses MB while the correct suffix would be MiB
(2^20 bytes). This is to keep the output compatible with