Dump data to and from storage devices
Is specialized for cases where the source and/or destination
is a storage device. Can drop down to the SCSI command level
to issue READ and WRITE commands through a pass-through interface.
ddpt is a utility for copying files like its namesake the Unix dd command.
ddpt is specialized for files that are actually block devices. And if
those block devices understand SCSI commands then the copy can be done by
using either SCSI READ or WRITE commands (or both). This latter facility
is done using a pass-through interface that bypasses the normal operating
See the ChangeLog and README* files.
DDPT(8) DDPT DDPT(8)
ddpt - copies data between files and storage devices. Support
for devices that understand the SCSI command set.
ddpt [bpt=BPT[,OBPC]] [bs=BS] [cdbsz=6|10|12|16] [coe=0|1]
[coe_limit=CL] [conv=CONVS] [count=COUNT] [ibs=IBS] if=IFILE
[iflag=FLAGS] [obs=OBS] [of=OFILE] [of2=OF
The version number is hard-coded into src/ddpt.c (in a C string);
the rpm spec file: ddpt.spec ; the
ddpt (0.92-1) unstable; urgency=low
* Imported Upstream version 0.92
* Removed filename INSTALL
- look into supporting the SCSI EXTENDED COPY command. Syntax should be
Douglas Gilbert <dgilbert at interlog dot com>
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