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rmlint finds space waste and other broken things on your filesystem and offers to remove it.

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Features:

Finds…

  • …Duplicate Files and duplicate directories.
  • …Nonstripped binaries (i.e. binaries with debug symbols)
  • …Broken symbolic links.
  • …Empty files and directories.
  • …Files with broken user or/and group ID.

Differences to other duplicate finders:

  • Extremely fast (no exaggeration, we promise!)
  • Paranoia mode for those who do not trust hashsums.
  • Many output formats.
  • No interactivity.
  • Search for files only newer than a certain mtime.
  • Many ways to handle duplicates.
  • Caching and replaying.
  • btrfs support.
  • ...

It runs and compiles under most Unices, including Linux, FreeBSD and Darwin. The main target is Linux though, some optimisations might not be available elsewhere.

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INSTALLATION

Chances are that you might have rmlint already as readily made package in your favourite distribution. If not, you might consider compiling it from source <http://rmlint.readthedocs.org/en/latest/install.html>_.

DOCUMENTATION

Detailed documentation is available on:

http://rmlint.rtfd.org

Most features you'll ever need are covered in the tutorial:

http://rmlint.rtfd.org/en/latest/tutorial.html

An online version of the manpage is available at:

http://rmlint.rtfd.org/en/latest/rmlint.1.html

Sometimes we can be reached via IRC: #rmlint on irc.freenode.net.

BUGS

If you found bugs, having trouble running rmlint or want to suggest new features please read this <http://rmlint.readthedocs.org/en/latest/developers.html>_.

Also read the BUGS <http://rmlint.readthedocs.org/en/latest/rmlint.1.html#bugs>_ section of the manpage <http://rmlint.rtfd.org/en/latest/rmlint.1.html>_ to find out how to provide good debug information.

AUTHORS

Here's a list of developers to blame:

=================================== ============================= =========================================== Christopher Pahl https://github.com/sahib 2010-2017 Daniel Thomas https://github.com/SeeSpotRun 2014-2017 =================================== ============================= ===========================================

There are some other people that helped us of course. Please see the AUTHORS distributed along rmlint.

LICENSE

rmlint is licensed under the conditions of the GPLv3 <https://www.gnu.org/licenses/quick-guide-gplv3.html.en>. See the COPYING <https://raw.githubusercontent.com/sahib/rmlint/master/COPYING> file distributed along the source for details.


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