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[Bug-ddrescue] No --no-split option?

From: Rikard Bosnjakovic
Subject: [Bug-ddrescue] No --no-split option?
Date: Fri, 11 Sep 2015 09:50:18 +0200
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ddrescue v1.16 got this option:

       -n, --no-split
              do not try to split or retry failed blocks

while v1.19 got this:

          Skip the scraping phase. Avoids spending a lot of time
          trying to rescue the most difficult parts of the file.

I have no idea if that's the same function with a new name. The manual is very non-verbose with information, and I cannot find anything in the man-page that matches "split".

--no-split (like in v1.16) is the function I'm looking for, but I have no idea how to make v1.19 behave like this.

My suggestion is that this should be clarified a bit. Is no-split and no-scrape the same thing?


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