|-d Print debugging information as well.|
|-h Help, print this message.|
|-L Recompress pages (preen) with LZMA (smaller but slower).|
|-m Just copy the missing segments.|
|-V Print the program version and exit.|
|-v Verbose: print each file as it is copied.|
|-vv Very verbose: print each segment as it is copied.|
|-x Dont verify hashes on reads.|
|-Xn Recompress pages (preen) with zlib level n.|
|-y Dont verify writes.|
|-z ZAP (delete). Copy even if the destination exists.|
-k <filename.key> Specify private key for signing. -c <filename.cer> Specify a X.509 certificate that matches the private key (by default, the file is assumed to be the same one provided with the -k option). -n Read notes to accompany the copy from standard in.
Is possible specify passphrase encryption for filename.aff with: file://:passphrase@/filename.aff
Copy file1 to file2:
$ affcopy file1 fileCopy all files to dir:
$ affcopy file1 file2 file3 dirCopy file1 to dir1, file2 to dir2 and file3 to dir3:
$ affcopy file1 file2 file3 dir1 dir2 dir3Encrypt file.aff:
$ affcopy file.aff file://:mypassword@/file-encrypted.aff
Copy all files in current directory to S3 default bucket with X9 compression:
$ affcopy -vy -X9 *.aff s3:///
affcat(1), affcompare(1), affconvert(1), affcrypto(1), affdiskprint(1), affinfo(1), affix(1), affrecover(1), affsegment(1), affsign(1), affstats(1), affuse(1), affverify(1), affxml(1)
The AFFLIB was written by Simson L. Garfinkel <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Basis Technology, Inc.
This manual page was written by Joao Eriberto Mota Filho <email@example.com> for the Debian project (but may be used by others).
|AFFCOPY 3.7.4||AFFCOPY (1)||Oct 2014|