a de-duplication command line tool
A deduplication command line tool and library. A relatively efficient algorithm based on searching like sized files, and then performing a full md5 checksum, is used to determine duplicate files/file objects. Files can be deleted upon discovery, and pattern matching can be used to limit search results. Finally, configuration file use is supported, and there is a developing API that lends itself to customization via an ActionsMixin class.
Search by size using –size or -s option:
liten.py -s 1 /mnt/raid is equal to liten.py -s 1MB /mnt/raid liten.py -s 1bytes /mnt/raid liten.py -s 1KB /mnt/raid liten.py -s 1MB /mnt/raid liten.py -s 1GB /mnt/raid liten.py c:\in d:\ is equal to liten.py -s 1MB c:\in d:\
Generate custom report path using -r or –report=/tmp/report.txt:
./liten.py --report=/tmp/test.txt /Users/ngift/Documents
By default a report will be created in CWD, called LitenDuplicateReport.csv
You can use a config file in the following format:
[Options] path=/tmp size=1MB pattern=*.m4v delete=True
You can call the config file anything and place it anywhere.
Here is an example usage:
All stdout can be suppressed by using –quiet or -q.
By using –delete the duplicate files will be automatically deleted. The API has support for an interactive mode and a dry-run mode, they have not been implemented in the CLI as of yet.
>>> Liten = Liten(spath='testData') >>> dupeFileOne = 'testData/testDocOne.txt' >>> checksumOne = Liten.createChecksum(dupeFileOne) >>> dupeFileTwo = 'testData/testDocTwo.txt' >>> checksumTwo = Liten.createChecksum(dupeFileTwo) >>> nonDupeFile = 'testData/testDocThree_wrong_match.txt' >>> checksumThree = Liten.createChecksum(nonDupeFile) >>> checksumOne == checksumTwo True >>> checksumOne == checksumThree False
There is also the concept of an Action, which can be implemented later, that will allow customizable actions to occur upon an a condition that gets defined as you walk down a tree of files.
- Run Doctests: ./liten -t or –test
- Run test_liten.py
- Run test_create_file.py then delete those test files using liten::
- python2.5 liten.py –delete /tmp
stdout will show you duplicate file paths and sizes such as:
Printing dups over 1 MB using md5 checksum: [SIZE] [ORIG] [DUP] 7 MB Orig: /Users/ngift/Downloads/bzr-0-2.17.tar Dupe: /Users/ngift/Downloads/bzr-0-4.17.tar
A report named LitenDuplicateReport.csv will be created in your current working directory:
Duplicate Version, Path, Size, ModDate Original, /Users/ngift/Downloads/bzr-0-2.17.tar, 7 MB, 07/10/2007 01:43:12 AM Duplicate, /Users/ngift/Downloads/bzr-0-3.17.tar, 7 MB, 07/10/2007 01:43:27 AM
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