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/safecopy-1.6/README

Safe copying of files and partitions.

Idea:

A main problem with damaged storage hardware is, that once you get an
unrecoverable IO error further reading from the file / device often fails until
the file has been closed and re-opened.

The normal copy tools like cat, cp or dd do not allow creation of an image file
from a disk or CD-ROM once reading of a sector failed.

Safecopy tries to get as mu
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/safecopy-1.6/benchmark/cdrom-dell/README

This simulates a 700MB CDROM (with data coming from /dev/zero)
2048 byte per sector
The disk has several areas with bad sectors simulating scratches
and damaged reflective layer.
Reading behaviour mimics a Dell laptop internal DVD ROM drive.

/safecopy-1.6/benchmark/cdrom-lighton/README

This simulates a 700MB CDROM (with data coming from /dev/zero)
2048 byte per sector
The disk has several areas with bad sectors simulating scratches
and damaged reflective layer.
Reading behaviour mimics a LightOn CDRW drive.

/safecopy-1.6/benchmark/floppy/README

This simulates a 5.25 inch floppy disk (with data coming from /dev/zero)
80 tracks, 512 byte per sec
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/safecopy-1.6/benchmark/scripts/README

This scripts can be used to generate benchmark data from a real "bad disk"
by running safecopy on it
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/safecopy-1.6/test/README

safecopy test suite
libtestsuite.sh: test suite script library
config_in.sh: config file for test su
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/safecopy-1.6/NEWS

2005.06.09: Packaging of project for first release

2009.02.05: About to release version 1.0

/safecopy-1.6/ChangeLog

2005.06.09: Creation of project (Corvus Corax)

2005.06.12: fix of lseek64 definition problem

2009.
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