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Manual Reference Pages  -  GRUB-FSTEST (1)

NAME

grub-fstest - debug tool for GRUB filesystem drivers

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description

SYNOPSIS

grub-fstest [OPTION...] IMAGE_PATH COMMANDS

DESCRIPTION

Debug tool for filesystem driver.
Commands:
blocklist FILE
  Display blocklist of FILE.
cat FILE
  Copy FILE to standard output.
cmp FILE LOCAL
  Compare FILE with local file LOCAL.
cp FILE LOCAL
  Copy FILE to local file LOCAL.
crc FILE
  Get crc32 checksum of FILE.
hex FILE
  Show contents of FILE in hex.
ls PATH
  List files in PATH.
xnu_uuid DEVICE
  Compute XNU UUID of the device.
-c, --diskcount=NUM
  Specify the number of input files.
-C, --crypto
  Mount crypto devices.
-d, --debug=STRING
  Set debug environment variable.
-K, --zfs-key=FILE|prompt
  Load zfs crypto key.
-n, --length=NUM
  Handle N bytes in output file.
-r, --root=DEVICE_NAME
  Set root device.
-s, --skip=NUM
  Skip N bytes from output file.
-u, --uncompress
  Uncompress data.
-v, --verbose
  print verbose messages.
-?, --help give this help list
--usage give a short usage message
-V, --version
  print program version
Mandatory or optional arguments to long options are also mandatory or optional for any corresponding short options.

SEE ALSO

grub-probe(8)

The full documentation for grub-fstest is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and grub-fstest programs are properly installed at your site, the command
info grub-fstest
should give you access to the complete manual.

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