I have large samples in a folder with
plain names and file names with spaces also and i want to renames all the files to its corresponding md5sum.
I tried this logic
for f in $(find /home/SomeFolder/ -type f) ;do mv "$f" "$(md5sum $f)";done
But this is not working properly with some error like
mv: cannot move to indicating no such directory.
Also i tried this logic Rename files to md5 sum + extension (BASH) and tried this
for f in $(find /home/Testing/ -type f) ;do echomd5sum $f
;mv $f /home/Testing/"echomd5sum $f``"; done;`But it is not working.
Any suggestions to solve this.
I want to replace a file to its md5sum name without any extension
sample.zip --> c75b5e2ca63adb462f4bb941e0c9f509
c75b5e2ca63adb462f4bb941e0c9f509c75b5e2ca63adb462f --> c75b5e2ca63adb462f4bb941e0c9f509
file name with spaces.php --> a75b5e2ca63adb462f4bb941e0c9f509
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The problem is the zip files reserve some meta-information such as the creation time of each files, which are different every time running the application. These zip files, unfortunately, may contain millions of small files, which make it very unpleasant to extract and calculate the hash value for each small files.
What are good ways to do such test? I have been trying the "md5" method from hashlib, i.e., comparing the md5 value of the zip file to a previously calculated value. However the md5 value is different each time running the app because the meta-information is different. Any idea how can I do this test? I don't mind extracting and re-zipping it using the same meta-info if possible. Note the zip files contain multiple layer of directories.
I want to use Obnam as my backup solution for my webserver. I have a open question that I cannot find an answer for ,
Obnam uses MD5 to see if a file is changed.
now I want to backup file "A"
Thanks in advance
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If it is, some code samples would be appreciated, because I don't have much experience with cryptography.
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