|-0||Indicates that the input list of file names is NUL terminated, for example as generated by implementations of find(1) that support the -print0 option. Without this option, the file names are assumed to be newline terminated.|
|-g size||Compare only files with size greater than size bytes. Default is 0.|
|-m size||Compare only files with size less or equal than size bytes. Default is 0 which indicates there is no limit.|
|-q||This option keep the information you are recieved during the processes to a minimum. (Verbose level 0)|
|-S sep||Use string sep as the output field separator, defaults to a tab character. Useful if filenames contain tab characters and output must be processed by another program, say awk (1).|
|-V||Print the version information and exit.|
|-v||This option increases the amount of information you recieve while running samearchive-lite. At level 0 you will just see the error messages. At level 1 you will see warning messages indicating that samearchive-lite coudnt do something. Defaults to verbose level 1.|
Find all identical files with in the system archives that live within the current working directory:
% find system-arch1 | samearchive system-arch1 system-arch*
inaccessible: <path> This is probably due to a permission denied error on files or directories within the given path for which you have no read permission.
unreadable: <path> The file could be opend for reading jet failed while reading. You shouldnt encounter such a warnings but if you do, and recieve more than a few, this could be very well due to failing hard disk.
Skipped line path because it didnt start with %s. This indicates that the former path was skipped because the it didnt start with first argument on the command prompt.
Input filenames must not have leading or trailing white space unless the white space is part of the filename.
Alex de Kruijff
|SAMEARCHIVE-LITE (1)||14 APRIL 2009|