My solution displays the percentage of the tarball that is currently being uncompressed and written. I use this when writing out 2GB root filesystem images. You really need a progress bar for these things. What I do is use gzip --list to get the total uncompressed size of the tarball. From that I calculate the blocking-factor needed to divide the file into 100 parts. Finally, I print a checkpoint message for each block. For a 2GB file this gives about 10MB a block. If that is too big then you can divide the BLOCKING_FACTOR by 10 or 100, but then it's harder to print pretty output in terms of a percentage.
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These are the guidelines but there are few things you need to understand. If you have fulfilled the first three and are satisfied with the results you do not have to move to the next level. Many may run a novice level cycle numerous times and be happy with what they receive and that’s a good thing. The fewer anabolic steroids we can use and be happy with the better off we’ll be. Of course some will not be satisfied some will want more and that can be fine too; the ticket is having a solid plan in mind that provides those results in the most efficient way possible.