[Dirvish] File Reorginization?

Steve Ramage dirvishusersspammedme at sjrx.net
Fri Feb 25 02:20:03 PST 2005

Lets say I wanted to do a major reorginzation of the files in one of my 
vaults. I've basically just been throwing stuff in my "My Documents" 
folder since high school and its become quiet a mess. Lets say I spent a 
day doing spring cleaning, is there a way that after the end of it, I 
could get dirvish or rsync to be able to hardlink the changed files and 
folder structure? I understand it would take a while, but maybe once I 
known it had been done, run a command that takes two arguements, last 
days deposit, and today's, generates a list of file sizes, modification 
dates, and md5sums for both. Then checks todays vault for a file from 
yesterday if its not in the same positition, search the list, and if 
they match, maybe do a more exhaustive check of the files, but if they 
match, delete the new one and hardlink it to the old one?

Steve Ramage

Steve Ramage
SJrX Networks
Vancouver, BC
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