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Manual Reference Pages  -  FSWSHOW (1)

NAME

fswshow - shows contents of a file information database

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Output Format
See Also

SYNOPSIS

fswshow [ [ -x ] -h | -p ] [ -m mask | -M mask ] [ -d path | -D path ] file

DESCRIPTION

fswshow shows contents of file created by fswbuild(1) or fswcmp(1).

the following options are available:
-h (default) if this option is specified, each value is shown in a new line and there is a value name before each value.
-p if this option is specified, all file informations are showed in single line and are separated by a space sign (’ ’).
-x if this option is specified, it shows mode and flags values in a more human readable format.
-m if this option is specified, it shows informations specified in a mask and mask in header.
-M if this option is specified, it shows informations specified in a mask.
-d is this option is specified, it shows informations about files with path in their name (full path).
-D is this option is specified, it shows information about file with name (full path) identical to path.

OUTPUT FORMAT

every information has a header and body.
.Br the header contains three fields. the first is one sign: D, N, C, ? ; D (deleted), N (new), C (changed), ? (indefied). the second field is a mask and the third is a full path. a body has one entry for: D, N, ? ; and two entries for C (one for before and one for after change).

if a file is created by fswbuild(1) every first field of header is the following sign: ? ;. if a file is created by fswcmp(1) every first field of header is one of the following sings: D, N, C ;.

each entry can contain nine fields: inode, links, uid, gid, mode, size, flags, ctime, sha ; but only values specified in a mask has sense.

SEE ALSO

fswbuild(1), fswcmp(1), fswatch.conf
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