shatag-add(1) add checksums to the local database for further procressing.


shatag-add [-v] [-d DATABASE] NAME


shatag-add processes the output of shatag(1) to fill the local database. NAME is the symbolical name of the storage on which the file reside (recommended to be the canonical hostname).

If the operation succeeds, previous entries for the specified name are removed from the database.

When running shatag(1) to send data to shatag-add, always use the -0 and -c options. Not using -0 will result in a garbled database; Not using -c may yield false positives when looking for duplicates.


-d DATABASE, --database DATABASE
Use an alternate localtion for the SQLite database. The default is "$HOME/.shatagdb".


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