lcreate  [-FilnNrTV]  [  -% | -q | -v  ]  [ -c checksum ] [ -h host ] [
       -p port ] [ -P ca-pem-directory ] [ -t stored-name  ]  [  -U user  ]  [
       -w auth-level  ]  [ -x ca-pem-file ] [ -y cert-pem-file ] [ -z private-
       key-file ] [ -Z compression-level ] create-able-transcript


       lcreate reads and uploads a transcript and all corresponding  files  to
       the radmind server.

       lcreate verifies the size listed in the transcript with the actual size
       of the file and stops on any differences.  If the -F option  is  given,
       lcreate will store the file on the server and give a warning.

       If  the  -n  option  is  given,  no  files or transcripts are uploaded.
       Instead, lcreate verifies that all files exist in  the  filesystem  and
       have  the  same  size as listed in the transcript.  If used with the -c
       option, checksums are also verified.

       If the -n option is  given,  no  files  or  transcripts  are  uploaded.
       Instead,  lcreate  uses access(2) to verify that all files in the tran-
       script exist in the filesystem, are readable by the user and  have  the
       same  size  as  listed  in the transcript.  If used with the -c option,
       rather than calling access(2), checksums are caluclated to verify  file
       contents and user access.

       If  the  -N  option  is  given, indicating the transcript specified for
       upload is negative, lcreate will upload all corresponding files as zero

       If  the -T option is given, lcreate will upload the transcript only. No
       corresponding files will be uploaded. The transcript's stored name  is,
       by  default, the last part ( after the slash ) of the given path, or as
       specified by the name given with the -t option.  lcreate will  print  (
       to  the standard output ) the entire protocol exchange with the radmind
       server when the -v option is given.

       By default, lcreate displays the percentage of  bytes  processed  in  a
       format that can be passed directly to iHook.

       lcreate  stores a Macintosh HFS+ file's data and corresponding metadata
       in a single applefile(5) on the server.  With the -N option, applefiles
       are  stored with a zero length resource fork, zero length data fork and
       a creator type of RDMD.  Systems running  Mac  OS  X  on  UFS-formatted
       drives do not need this special support.


       -%                 percentage done progress output.

       -c checksum        enables checksuming.

       -F                 ignore file size differences.

       -p port            specifies a port, by default 6662.

       -P ca-pem-directory
                          specifies  a directory that contains certificates to
                          be used when  verifying  the  server.   Certificates
                          must  be  in  PEM format and the directory must have
                          been processed with the openssl c_rehash utility.

       -q                 suppress all messages.

       -r                 use random seed file $RANDFILE if  that  environment
                          variable   is   set,   $HOME/.rnd   otherwise.   See

       -T                 uploads the transcript only, and not the correspond-
                          ing files.

       -t stored-name     specifies  the  name under which the transcript will
                          be stored when saved on the server.

       -U user            Specifes  the  user  for  user  authentication.   By
                          default,  the login name returned by getlogin() will
                          be used.

       -V                 displays the version of lcreate,  a  list   of  sup-
                          ported  checksumming  algorithms in descending order
                          of preference and then exits.

       -v                 increase the verbosity.  -v produces  one  line  for
                          each  file  stored  on the server.  -vv displays all
                          communication with the radmind server.

       -w auth-level      TLS authorization level, by  default  _RADMIND_AUTH-
                          LEVEL.   0  =  no  TLS, 1 = server verification, 2 =
                          server and client verification.

       -x ca-pem-file     Certificate  authority's  public   certificate,   by
                          default  _RADMIND_TLS_CA.   The  default is not used
                          when -P is specified.

       -y cert-pem-file   Client's  public  certificate,  by   default   _RAD-

       -z private-key-file
                          Client's  private key, by default _RADMIND_TLS_CERT.

       -Z compression-level
                          Compress all outbound data.   compression-level  can
                          be between 0 and 9: 1 gives best speed, 9 gives best
                          compression, 0 gives  no  compression  at  all  (the
                          input data is simply copied a block at a time).

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