On 09/19/2016 06:23 PM, Chris Murphy wrote:
> Drives A and B have many overlapping files but I want to find out what
> files don't exist on each.

you might consider;

  rsync -avh /brickA/ /brickB/
  rsync -avh /brickB/ /brickA/

to dupe files on both drives.

read 'man rsync' for arguments '-a', '-v', '-h' and for the
'-c, --checksum' feature.

to find same file with different names, you will still need to run
'find' with '-exec md5sum', but only on 1 drive as both drives will
have same dupes of diff names.


peace out.

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