ntfscmp - compare two NTFS filesystems and tell the differences




   The  ntfscmp  program  makes  a comparison between two NTFS filesystems
   from all aspects and reports all variances it finds.   The  filesystems
   can be on block devices or images files. Ntfscmp can be used for volume
   verification however  its  primary  purpose  was  to  be  an  efficient
   development  tool,  used  to  quickly  locate,  identify  and check the
   correctness of the metadata changes made to NTFS.

   If one is interested only in the NTFS metadata changes then it could be
   useful  to  compare the metadata images created by using the --metadata
   option of ntfsclone(8) to eliminate the usually uninteresting timestamp

   The  terse  output  of  ntfscmp  is  intentional  because  the provided
   information is enough in each case to determine the exact  differences.
   This can be achieved, for instance, if one compares the verbose outputs
   of ntfsinfo(8) for each reported inodes by the diff(1) utility.


   Below is a summary of the options that ntfscmp accepts.

   -P, --no-progress-bar
          Don't show progress bars.

   -v, --verbose
          More informational output.

   -h, --help
          Display help and exit.


   The exit code is 0 on success, non-zero otherwise.


   No problem is known. If you would find otherwise then please send  your
   report to the development team: ntfs-3g-devel@lists.sf.net


   ntfscmp  was  written by Szabolcs Szakacsits.  It was ported to ntfs-3g
   by Erik Larsson.


   ntfscmp is part of the ntfs-3g package and is available from:


   ntfsinfo(8), ntfscat(8), diff(1), ntfsclone(8), ntfsprogs(8)

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