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NAME

       bup-drecurse - recursively list files in your filesystem

SYNOPSIS

       bup drecurse [-x] [-q] [—exclude path] [—exclude-from filename] [—profile] <path>

DESCRIPTION

       bup drecurse  traverses  files  in  the  filesystem  in a way similar to find(1).  In most
       cases, you should use find(1) instead.

       This program is useful mainly for testing  the  file  traversal  algorithm  used  in  bup-
       index(1).

       Note  that filenames are returned in reverse alphabetical order, as in bup-index(1).  This
       is important because you can't generate the hash of a  parent  directory  until  you  have
       generated the hashes of all its children.  When listing files in reverse order, the parent
       directory will come after its children, making this easy.

OPTIONS

       -x, —xdev, —one-file-system
              don't cross filesystem boundaries.

       -q, —quiet
              don't print filenames as they are encountered.  Useful when testing performance  of
              the traversal algorithms.

       —exclude=path
              a path to exclude from the backup (can be used more than once)

       —exclude-from=filename
              a file that contains exclude paths (can be used more than once)

       —profile
              print  profiling  information  upon completion.  Useful when testing performance of
              the traversal algorithms.

EXAMPLE


             bup drecurse -x /

SEE ALSO

       bup-index(1)

BUP

       Part of the bup(1) suite.

AUTHORS

       Avery Pennarun <apenwarr@gmail.com>.