Depending upon your setup, rsync (a Unix synchronization tool) may be a lifesaver for you in this respect. But first-time setup may be difficult for you if it's not already installed.
Another option, is to compare the two folders recursively:
diff -rq /opt/start_here /diskfolder/start_here_2
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Richard Reeve <richreeve@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Good morning all,
As part of a project that I have been assigned, I am to migrate images from a jukebox to dasd. One concern that I have is the possible duplication of images. There are, for example volumes called RPT01 and one called BKUPRPT01. How would I go about comparing the saved images and identifying that BKUPRPT01 is in fact a duplication of RPT01? Also, does anyone know how I would be able to determine if an image was created outside the RDARS application?
Thanks for any advise.
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