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Comment: Re:CRC (Score 1) 440

by garglblaster (#41209231) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: How Do I De-Dupe a System With 4.2 Million Files?

Or just by file size first, then do a hash. No need to compute a hash to compare a 1mb file and a 1kb file.

thats exactly right.

Some time ago (years?) I came across a little book called "wicked cool perl scripts" (do a google shure you find it..) In one of the first chapters there is a script that does exactly what you describe (dupfiles.pl if I remember right):

To find duplicate files it goes down the directory hierarchy, sorts the files by size and does a md5sum comparison of files with similar size.

I tried it out once in awhile and it always worked out very well for me.

The scripts themselves can be downloaded from the publishers website. Have a look if your interested -

(btw. I do not have any commercial interests in this recommendation..)

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