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Regenerated manual with the new fixes

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amadvance committed Feb 12, 2018
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@@ -647,7 +647,7 @@ and ignore all the parity data.
This command will take a long time, but if you are not paranoid,
you can skip it.
.SS STEP 4 \-> Sync
Run the \[dq]sync\[dq] command to resynchronize the array with the new disk.
Run the \[dq]sync\[dq] command to re\-synchronize the array with the new disk.
.PP
.RS 4
snapraid sync
@@ -745,7 +745,7 @@ Spins up all the disks of the array.
.PP
You can spin\-up only some specific disks using the \-d, \-\-filter\-disk option.
.PP
Take care that spinniup\-up all the disks at the same time needs a lot of power.
Take care that spinning\-up all the disks at the same time needs a lot of power.
Ensure that your power\-supply can sustain that.
.PP
Nothing is modified.
@@ -912,7 +912,7 @@ Verify all the files and the parity data.
It works like \[dq]fix\[dq], but it only simulates a recovery and no change
is written in the array.
.PP
This command is mostly intended for manual verifications,
This command is mostly intended for manual verification,
like after a recovery process or in other special conditions.
For periodic and scheduled checks uses \[dq]scrub\[dq].
.PP
@@ -931,7 +931,7 @@ Nothing is modified.
.SS dup
Lists all the duplicate files. Two files are assumed equal if their
hashes are matching. The file data is not read, but only the
precomputed hashes are used.
pre\-computed hashes are used.
.PP
Nothing is modified.
.SS pool
@@ -942,7 +942,7 @@ The files are not really copied here, but just linked using
symbolic links.
.PP
When updating, all the present symbolic links and empty
subdirectories are deleted and replaced with the new
sub\-directories are deleted and replaced with the new
view of the array. Any other regular file is left in place.
.PP
Nothing is modified outside the pool directory.
@@ -962,20 +962,20 @@ low level devices used by a single disk in the array.
.PP
Nothing is modified.
.SS touch
Sets arbitrarely the sub\-second timestamp of all the files
Sets arbitrarily the sub\-second time\-stamp of all the files
that have it at zero.
.PP
This improves the SnapRAID capability to recognize moved
and copied files as it makes the timestamp almost unique,
and copied files as it makes the time\-stamp almost unique,
removing possible duplicates.
.PP
More specifically, if the sub\-second timestamp is not zero,
More specifically, if the sub\-second time\-stamp is not zero,
a moved or copied file is identified as such if it matches
the name, size and timestamp. If instead the sub\-second timestamp
the name, size and time\-stamp. If instead the sub\-second time\-stamp
is zero, it\'s considered a copy only if it matches the full path,
size and timestamp.
size and time\-stamp.
.PP
Note that the second precision timestamp is not modified,
Note that the second precision time\-stamp is not modified,
and all the dates and times of your files will be maintained.
.SS rehash
Schedules a rehash of the whole array.
@@ -1090,7 +1090,7 @@ Imports from the specified directory any file that you deleted
from the array after the last \[dq]sync\[dq].
If you still have such files, they could be used by \[dq]check\[dq]
and \[dq]fix\[dq] to improve the recover process.
The files are read also in subdirectories and they are
The files are read also in sub\-directories and they are
identified regardless of their name.
This option can be used only with \[dq]check\[dq] and \[dq]fix\[dq].
.TP
@@ -1146,7 +1146,7 @@ This allows to identify copied or moved files from one disk
to another, and to reuse the already computed hash information
to detect silent errors or to recover missing files.
This behavior, in some rare cases, may result in false positives,
or in a slow process due the many hash verifications, and this
or in a slow process due the many hash verification, and this
option allows to resolve them.
This option can be used only with \[dq]sync\[dq], \[dq]check\[dq] and \[dq]fix\[dq].
.TP
@@ -1280,7 +1280,7 @@ is enabled:
6\-parity enables hexa (six) parity
.PD
.PP
Each parity level requires the precence of all the previous parity
Each parity level requires the presence of all the previous parity
levels.
.PP
The same considerations of the \'parity\' option apply.
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@@ -391,7 +391,7 @@ This command will take a long time, but if you are not paranoid,
you can skip it.
---- 4.4.4 STEP 4 -> Sync ----
Run the "sync" command to resynchronize the array with the new disk.
Run the "sync" command to re-synchronize the array with the new disk.
snapraid sync
@@ -476,7 +476,7 @@ Spins up all the disks of the array.
You can spin-up only some specific disks using the -d, --filter-disk option.
Take care that spinniup-up all the disks at the same time needs a lot of power.
Take care that spinning-up all the disks at the same time needs a lot of power.
Ensure that your power-supply can sustain that.
Nothing is modified.
@@ -643,7 +643,7 @@ Verify all the files and the parity data.
It works like "fix", but it only simulates a recovery and no change
is written in the array.
This command is mostly intended for manual verifications,
This command is mostly intended for manual verification,
like after a recovery process or in other special conditions.
For periodic and scheduled checks uses "scrub".
@@ -668,7 +668,7 @@ Nothing is modified.
Lists all the duplicate files. Two files are assumed equal if their
hashes are matching. The file data is not read, but only the
precomputed hashes are used.
pre-computed hashes are used.
Nothing is modified.
@@ -682,7 +682,7 @@ The files are not really copied here, but just linked using
symbolic links.
When updating, all the present symbolic links and empty
subdirectories are deleted and replaced with the new
sub-directories are deleted and replaced with the new
view of the array. Any other regular file is left in place.
Nothing is modified outside the pool directory.
@@ -708,20 +708,20 @@ Nothing is modified.
5.14 touch
----------
Sets arbitrarely the sub-second timestamp of all the files
Sets arbitrarily the sub-second time-stamp of all the files
that have it at zero.
This improves the SnapRAID capability to recognize moved
and copied files as it makes the timestamp almost unique,
and copied files as it makes the time-stamp almost unique,
removing possible duplicates.
More specifically, if the sub-second timestamp is not zero,
More specifically, if the sub-second time-stamp is not zero,
a moved or copied file is identified as such if it matches
the name, size and timestamp. If instead the sub-second timestamp
the name, size and time-stamp. If instead the sub-second time-stamp
is zero, it's considered a copy only if it matches the full path,
size and timestamp.
size and time-stamp.
Note that the second precision timestamp is not modified,
Note that the second precision time-stamp is not modified,
and all the dates and times of your files will be maintained.
5.15 rehash
@@ -843,7 +843,7 @@ SnapRAID provides the following options:
from the array after the last "sync".
If you still have such files, they could be used by "check"
and "fix" to improve the recover process.
The files are read also in subdirectories and they are
The files are read also in sub-directories and they are
identified regardless of their name.
This option can be used only with "check" and "fix".
@@ -899,7 +899,7 @@ SnapRAID provides the following options:
to another, and to reuse the already computed hash information
to detect silent errors or to recover missing files.
This behavior, in some rare cases, may result in false positives,
or in a slow process due the many hash verifications, and this
or in a slow process due the many hash verification, and this
option allows to resolve them.
This option can be used only with "sync", "check" and "fix".
@@ -1037,7 +1037,7 @@ is enabled:
* 5-parity enables penta (five) parity
* 6-parity enables hexa (six) parity
Each parity level requires the precence of all the previous parity
Each parity level requires the presence of all the previous parity
levels.
The same considerations of the 'parity' option apply.

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