File Copy

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Function definition: Tools that support the copying of files from one storage location to another, typically with facilities to verify the completeness of the copy and enable resumption of copying after an interruption.
Lifecycle stage: Create or Receive (Acquire)

Tools for this function

ToolPurpose
Archive::BagItBagIt API for Perl
BIL (BagIt Library)BagIt Library is a Java software library that supports the creation, manipulation and validation of bags.
BagIt Transfer UtilitiesBagIt transfer Utilities are a collection of tools developed for the purpose of validation and transfer of bags.
Cp Unix commandcp copies files (or, optionally, directories). Part of GNU coreutils.
CryptcatCryptcat is a lightweight version of netcat with integrated transport encryption capabilities.
Dcfldddcfldd is an enhanced version of GNU dd with features useful for forensics and security.
Dd Unix commandThis page gives information on using the dd Unix command.
Double CommanderOpen source file manager with two panels side by side
Duke Data AccessionerData Accessioner provides a graphical user interface to aid in migrating data from physical media to a dedicated file server, documenting the process and using MD5 checksums to identify any errors introduced in transfer.
FreeCommanderSplit-screen file manager with desirable extras
TeraCopyPerforms file copying, whilst also logging and verifying accuracy and completeness by using checksums
XXCopyXXCopy is an expanded version of Xcopy
XcopyXcopy copies files and directories, including subdirectories.