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NAME

     fsntfsinfo — determines information about a Windows NT File System (NTFS) volume

SYNOPSIS

     fsntfsinfo [-E mft_entry_index] [-F file_entry] [-o offset] [-hHUvV] source

DESCRIPTION

     fsntfsinfo is a utility to determine information about a Windows NT File System (NTFS)
     volume

     fsntfsinfo is part of the libfsntfs package.  libfsntfs is a library to access the Windows
     NT File System (NTFS) format

     source is the source file.

     The options are as follows:

     -a      shows allocation information

     -E mft_entry_index
             show information about a specific MFT entry index or "all"

     -F file_entry
             show information about a specific file entry path

     -h      shows this help

     -H      shows the file system hierarcy

     -o offset
             specify the volume offset

     -U      shows information from the USN change journal ($UsnJrnl)

     -v      verbose output to stderr

     -V      print version

ENVIRONMENT

     None

FILES

     None

EXAMPLES

     # fsntfsinfo ntfs-img-kw-1.dd
     fsntfsinfo 20160414

     Windows NT File System information:

     Volume information:
             Name                            : KW-SRCH-1
             Version                         : 3.1
             Serial number                   : ba50ed9250ed5623
             Cluster block size              : 512
             MFT entry size                  : 1024
             Index entry size                : 4096

DIAGNOSTICS

     Errors, verbose and debug output are printed to stderr when verbose output -v is enabled.
     Verbose and debug output are only printed when enabled at compilation.

BUGS

     Please report bugs of any kind to <joachim.metz@gmail.com> or on the project website:
     https://github.com/libyal/libfsntfs/

AUTHOR

     These man pages were written by Joachim Metz.

COPYRIGHT

     Copyright 2010-2016, Joachim Metz <joachim.metz@gmail.com>.  This is free software; see the
     source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS
     FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

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