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DAR_CP(1)		    General Commands Manual		     DAR_CP(1)

NAME
       dar_cp  - 'cp' clone command that is able to copy data located after an
       I/O error

SYNOPSIS
       dar_cp <source file> <destination file>

       dar_cp -h

       dar_cp -V

DESCRIPTION
       dar_cp is similar to the	standard 'cp' command, except it does not stop
       copying	when  an I/O error is met. Instead, it skips a bit further and
       continues to copy the rest of the file, as much	as  possible,  filling
       the gaps	by zeroed bytes.

       dar_cp only accepts full	filename (not directory) as argument. The rea-
       son of its existence in dar package is that you	need  it  if  you  use
       Parchive	 with  dar  and	have a corruption on a CD-R or any other read-
       only medium. You	need to	copy  the  corrupted  slice  on	 a  read-write
       filesystem,  for	 Parchive  be able to repair it	using slice associated
       redundancy files.

OPTIONS
       -h		   Displays help usage.

       -V		   Displays version information.

EXIT CODES
       dar_cp exists with the following	codes:

       0	 upon normal execution (be some	corrupted  parted  skipped  or
		 not)

       1	 syntax	error on command-line

       2	 could not open	source or destination files

       3	 any other system error	met during the copy

       5	 when some data	could not be copied due	to I/O error

SIGNALS
       Any  signal sent	to dar_cp will abort the program immediately, there is
       no way to have a	proper termination before the end of the process

SEE ALSO
       dar(1), dar_xform(1), dar_manager(1), dar_slave(1), dar_split(1)

KNOWN BUGS
       http://sourceforge.net/p/dar/bugs/

AUTHOR
       http://dar.linux.free.fr/
       Denis Corbin
       France
       Europe

3rd Berkeley Distribution     February 28th, 2015		     DAR_CP(1)

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