Reclaims disk space from redundant files
'dupmerge' reads a list of files from standard input (eg., as produced by "find . -print") and looks for identical files. When it finds two or more identical files, all but one are unlinked to reclaim the disk space and recreated as hard links to the remaining copy.
released on 1 March 2008
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