fsmove man page

fsmove — manual page for fsmove 0.9.4

Synopsis

fsmove [OPTION]... SOURCE TARGET [--exclude FILE...]

Description

Recursively move files and folders from SOURCE to TARGET, even if SOURCE and TARGET are almost full or share their free space (for example if TARGET is a file system inside a loop-file _inside_ SOURCE)

Mandatory arguments to long options are mandatory for short options too.

--

end of options. treat subsequent parameters as arguments even if they start with '-'

-e, --exclude FILE... skip these files, i.e. do not move them.

must be last argument

-f, --force-run

run even if some safety checks fail

--io=posix

use POSIX I/O and move files (default)

--io=prealloc

use POSIX I/O and preallocate files (do NOT move them)

--inode-cache-mem use in-memory inode cache (default)

--inode-cache=DIR create and use directory DIR for inode cache

--log-color=MODE

set messages color. MODE is one of:                          auto (default), none, ansi

--log-format=FMT

set messages format. FMT is one of: msg (default), level_msg, time_level_msg, time_level_function_msg

-n, --no-action, --simulate-run

do not actually move any file or directory

-q, --quiet

be quiet

-qq

be very quiet, only print warnings or errors

-v, --verbose

be verbose, print what is being done

-vv

be very verbose, print a lot of detailed output

-vvv

be incredibly verbose (warning: prints LOTS of output)

--help

display this help and exit

--version

output version information and exit

Info

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