-i file.txt = instead of suppling files on the command line, put them in a text file. New line indicates new file name (unicode encoding)
-o fileout.xml = output to file instead of console
-v = be verbose during compare mode so you can track process with a huge amount of files
-d c:\directory = to add all files in a directory
-t c:\d\ = to all all files in a directory (recursive)
-m c:\directory\*.vbk = to add all files that match vbk extension in c:\directory. Please use absolute paths to directory
For example, the following script shows blockstat being called from Powershell (although it can be used directly from cmd)
The bundle contains some powershell example to give you some idea's:
Volume compare (max 1024 files)
The difference is probably the meta data describing the files. The longer ReFS runs, the more fragments, the more metadata
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