NAME

nbdkit-split-plugin - nbdkit plugin to concatenate split files into one disk

SYNOPSIS

 nbdkit split [file=]file1 [[file=]file2 [file=]file3 ...]

DESCRIPTION

nbdkit-split-plugin is a file plugin for nbdkit(1). One or more filenames may be given using the FILENAME parameter. These files are logically concatenated into a single disk image.

If you want to add a virtual partition table, see nbdkit-partitioning-plugin(1).

Differences from nbdkit-file-plugin

Normally to serve a single file you should use nbdkit-file-plugin(1). This plugin differs from nbdkit-file-plugin as follows:

PARAMETERS

[file=]FILENAME

One or more files to open. They are logically concatenated in the order they appear on the command line.

This parameter must appear at least once.

file= is a magic config key and may be omitted in most cases. See "Magic parameters" in nbdkit(1).

FILES

$plugindir/nbdkit-split-plugin.so

The plugin.

Use nbdkit --dump-config to find the location of $plugindir.

VERSION

nbdkit-split-plugin first appeared in nbdkit 1.2.

SEE ALSO

nbdkit(1), nbdkit-plugin(3), nbdkit-file-plugin(1), nbdkit-partitioning-plugin(1).

AUTHORS

Richard W.M. Jones

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 2017 Red Hat Inc.

LICENSE

Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:

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