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PROGRAM:

NAME


dc3dd - convert and copy a file

DESCRIPTION


------ usage: ------

dc3dd [OPTION 1] [OPTION 2] ... [OPTION N]

*or*

dc3dd [HELP OPTION]

where each OPTION is selected from the basic or advanced options listed below, or
HELP OPTION is selected from the help options listed below.

-------------- basic options: --------------

if=DEVICE or FILE
Read input from a device or a file (see note #1 below for how to read from standard
input). This option can only be used once and cannot be combined with ifs=, pat=,
or tpat=.

ifs=BASE.FMT
Read input from a set of files with base name BASE and sequential file name
extensions conforming to the format specifier FMT (see note #4 below for how to
specify FMT). This option can only be used once and cannot be combined with if=,
pat=, or tpat=.

of=FILE or DEVICE
Write output to a file or device (see note #2 below for how to write to standard
output). This option can be used more than once (see note #3 below for how to
generate multiple outputs).

hof=FILE or DEVICE
Write output to a file or device, hash the output bytes, and verify by comparing
the output hash(es) to the input hash(es). This option can be used more than once
(see note #3 below for how to generate multiple outputs).

ofs=BASE.FMT
Write output to a set of files with base name BASE and sequential file name
extensions generated from the format specifier FMT (see note #4 below for how to
specify FMT). This option can be used more than once (see note #3 below for how to
generate multiple outputs). Specify the maximum size of each file in the set using
ofsz=.

hofs=BASE.FMT
Write output to a set of files with base name BASE and sequential file name
extensions generated from the format specifier FMT (see note #4 below for how to
specify FMT). Hash the output files and verify by comparing the output hash(es) to
the input hash(es). This option can be used more than once (see note #3 below for
how to generate multiple outputs). Specify the maximum size of each file in the set
using ofsz=.

ofsz=BYTES
Set the maximum size of each file in the sets of files specified using ofs= or
hofs= to BYTES (see note #5 below). A default value for this option may be set at
compile time using -DDEFAULT_OUTPUT_FILE_SIZE followed by the desired value in
BYTES.

hash=ALGORITHM
Compute an ALGORITHM hash of the input and also of any outputs specified using
hof=, hofs=, or fhod=, where ALGORITHM is one of md5, sha1, sha256, or sha512. This
option may be used once for each supported ALGORITHM. Alternatively, hashing can be
activated at compile time using one or more of
-DDEFAULT_HASH_MD5,-DDEFAULT_HASH_SHA1, -DDEFAULT_HASH_SHA256, and
-DDEFAULT_HASH_SHA512.

log=FILE
Log I/O statistcs, diagnostics, and total hashes of input and output to FILE. If
hlog= is not specified, piecewise hashes of multiple file input and output are also
logged to FILE. This option can be used more than once to generate multiple logs.

hlog=FILE
Log total hashes and piecewise hashes to FILE. This option can be used more than
once to generate multiple logs.

mlog=FILE
Create hash log that is easier for machine to read

----------------- advanced options: -----------------

fhod=DEVICE
The same as hof=DEVICE, with additional hashing of the entire output DEVICE. This
option can be used more than once (see note #3 below for how to generate multiple
outputs).

rec=off
By default, zeros are written to the output(s) in place of bad sectors when the
input is a device. Use this option to cause the program to instead exit when a bad
sector is encountered.

wipe=DEVICE
Wipe DEVICE by writing zeros (default) or a pattern specified by pat= or tpat=.

hwipe=DEVICE
Wipe DEVICE by writing zeros (default) or a pattern specified by pat= or tpat=.
Verify DEVICE after writing it by hashing it and comparing the hash(es) to the
input hash(es).

pat=HEX
Use pattern as input, writing HEX to every byte of the output. This option can only
be used once and cannot be combined with if=, ifs=, or tpat=.

tpat=TEXT
Use text pattern as input, writing the string TEXT repeatedly to the output. This
option can only be used once and cannot be combined with if=, ifs=, or pat=.

cnt=SECTORS
Read only SECTORS input sectors. Must be used with pat= or tpat= if not using the
pattern with wipe= or hwipe= to wipe a device.

iskip=SECTORS
Skip SECTORS sectors at start of the input device or file.

oskip=SECTORS
Skip SECTORS sectors at start of the output file. Specifying oskip= automatically
sets app=on.

app=on Do not overwrite an output file specified with of= if it already exists, appending
output instead.

ssz=BYTES
Unconditionally use BYTES (see note #5 below) bytes for sector size. If ssz= is not
specified, sector size is determined by probing the device; if the probe fails or
the target is not a device, a sector size of 512 bytes is assumed.

bufsz=BYTES
Set the size of the internal byte buffers to BYTES (see note #5 below). This
effectively sets the maximum number of bytes that may be read at a time from the
input. BYTES must be a multiple of sector size. Use this option to fine-tune
performance.

verb=on
Activate verbose reporting, where sectors in/out are reported for each file in sets
of files specified using ifs=, ofs=, or hofs=. Alternatively, verbose reporting
may be activated at compile time using -DDEFAULT_VERBOSE_REPORTING.

nwspc=on
Activate compact reporting, where the use of white space to divide log output into
logical sections is suppressed. Alternatively, compact reporting may be activated
at compile time using -DDEFAULT_COMPACT_REPORTING.

b10=on Activate base 10 bytes reporting, where the progress display reports 1000 bytes
instead of 1024 bytes as 1 KB. Alternatively, base 10 bytes reporting may be
activated at compile time using -DDEFAULT_BASE_TEN_BYTES_REPORTING.

corruptoutput=on
For verification testing and demonstration purposes, corrupt the output file(s)
with extra bytes so a hash mismatch is guaranteed.

------------- help options: -------------

--help display this help and exit

--version
output version information and exit

--flags
display compile-time flags and exit

------ notes: ------

1. To read from stdin, do not specify if=, ifs=, pat=, or tpat=. 2. To write to stdout,
do not specify of=, hof=, ofs=, hofs=, fhod=,

wipe=, or hwipe=.

3. To write to multiple outputs specify more than one of of=, hof=, ofs=,

hofs=, or fhod=, in any combination.

4. FMT is a pattern for a sequence of file extensions that can be numerical

starting at zero, numerical starting at one, or alphabetical. Specify FMT by using
a series of zeros, ones, or a's, respectively. The number of characters used
indicates the desired length of the extensions. For example, a FMT specifier of
0000 indicates four character numerical extensions starting with 0000.

5. BYTES may be followed by the following multiplicative suffixes:
c (1), w (2), b (512), kB (1000), K (1024), MB (1000*1000), M (1024*1024), GB
(1000*1000*1000), G (1024*1024*1024), and so on for T, P, E, Z, and Y.

6. Consider using cnt=, iskip= and oskip= to work around

unreadable sectors if error recovery fails.

7. Sending an interrupt (e.g., CTRL+C) to dc3dd will cause

the program to report the work completed at the time the interrupt is received and
then exit.

dc3dd completed at 2014-10-24 12:18:49 +0000

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