Archiving in a self-contained volume

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Is there such a software that allows you to archive (with compression) of large volumes of data (600-700 gigabytes) creating a separate, self-contained files (for example, size 1-2 GB), and not just one file, divided into separate files, extract which is possible only by having all of its parts.

The key word here: self-sufficient. That is, that each of the elements of this great archive could be unpacked without problems, having no other of its parts.
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well, first, it is not clear how self-contained archive file 4GA, breaking on 2, so the boundaries of the volume of the archive will always be incomplete files.
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If so, then the answer is obvious: RAR, with the options "split into volumes", WITHOUT the parameter "continuous archive" (compression will be worse, but will work as supplied with Your problem)
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It is still possible for the old recovery add, as I understand it you need in order to write files to optical media. This decision itself I use, every 5 years is archived on the optics.
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nnBackup if Windnows.
ps what's your OS?
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The script can write, which is gaining one stack of files and the size limit is reached archives.
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