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NAME

       lrzip.conf - Configuration File for lrzip

DESCRIPTION

       This  file  if  used,  will  be  read by the lrzip program, parsed, and
       options passed to the program. Some options may be  overridden  on  the
       command line. Others are fixed.

       The  configuration  file  must be called lrzip.conf.  The lrzip program
       will search for the file automatically in one of three places:
       $PWD - Current Directory
       /etc/lrzip
       $HOME/./lrzip

       Parameters are set in PARAMETER=VALUE fashion where any line
       beginning with a # or that is blank will be ignored.
       Parameter values are not case sensitive.

CONFIG FILE EXAMPLE

       # This is a comment.

       # Compression Window size in 100MB. Normally selected by program.
       # WINDOW = 5
       # Compression Level 1-9 (7 Default).
       # COMPRESSIONLEVEL = 7
       # Unlimited Ram Compression
       # UNLIMITED = YES
       # Compression Method, rzip, gzip, bzip2, lzo, or lzma (default), zpaq.
       # COMPRESSIONMETHOD = LZMA
       # Perform LZO Test. Default = YES (-T option, NO)
       # LZOTEST = NO
       # Hash Check on decompression, YES
       # HASHCHECK = YES
       # Show HASH value on Compression even if Verbose is off, YES
       # SHOWHASH = YES

       # Default output directory
       # OUTPUTDIRECTORY = location
       # Verbosity, Yes or Max
       # VERBOSITY = MAX
       # Show Progress as file is parsed, YES, NO (yes is default)
       # SHOWPROGRESS = NO
       # Set Niceness. 19 is default. -20 to 19 is the allowable range
       # NICE = 19

       # Keep broken or damaged output files, YES
       # KEEPBROKEN = YES
       # Delete source file after compression
       # this parameter and value are case sensitive
       # value must be YES to activate
       # DELETEFILES = NO

       # Replace existing lrzip file when compressing
       # this parameter and value are case sensitive
       # value must be YES to activate
       # REPLACEFILE = NO

       # Select Temporary Directory when stdin/stdout or Test file is used
       # TMPDIR = /tmp

NOTES

       Be careful when using DELETEFILES or REPLACEFILE as no warning will  be
       given  and  lrzip  will  simply delete the source or replace the output
       file!

SEE ALSO

       lrzip(1)

                                 January 2009                    lrzip.conf(5)