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    List all server side copy

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    Syntax

    lscopy [<SOURCE>] [--copy] [--pending] [--failed] [--success] [--abort]
               [--all] [--bt] [--kb] [--mb] [--gb] [-b|--bare] [-m|--max M]
               [-p|--page P] [--sort-date] [--sort-name] [--sort-size] [--sort-count]
               [--desc] [-s|--show-size] [-t|--show-count] [-a|--calc-size]
               [--hide-date] [-f|--path] [-u|--uri] [-x|--onlyfiles]
               [-y|--onlyfolders] [-z|--show-all] [-o|--out PATH] [--tab] [--fixed]
               [--csv] [--json] [--xml] [--delimiter DELIMITER] [--quote] [--nocons]
               [--nohdr] [--exclude-olderthan INPUT] [--exclude-newerthan INPUT]
               [-r|--recursive] [-c|--continue-onerror] [--auth NAME]
               [--accesskey YOUR_ACCESS_KEY] [--secretkey YOUR_SECRET_KEY]
               [--serviceurl URL] [--threads COUNT] [--consoleout FILEPATH]
               [-v|--verbose] [-w|--wait] [-i|--interactive] 
    

    Arguments

    Parameter Description
    <SOURCE>
    File name or pattern you want to list
    --copy
    Show blob list for object copy status
    --pending
    Show files with CopyStatus=Pending based on last copy operation
    --failed
    Show files with CopyStatus=Failed based on last copy operation
    --success
    Show files with CopyStatus=Success based on last copy operation
    --abort
    Show files with CopyStatus=Aborted based on last copy operation
    --all
    Show all files which are generated/modified by copy operation
    --bt
    Show size in bytes
    --kb
    Show size in KB instead of bytes
    --mb
    Show size in MB instead of bytes
    --gb
    Show size in GB instead of bytes
    -b | --bare
    Show minimum information using bare format. Includes only file names
    -m | --max M
    Maximum items to fetch from server.If you don't want to bring huge list back then use this option.
    -p | --page P
    Maximum items to show on the screen before showing next set. By default all items are listed.
    --sort-date
    Sort by last modified date
    --sort-name
    Sort by name
    --sort-size
    Sort by size
    --sort-count
    Sort by object count
    --desc
    Sort in descending order
    -s | --show-size
    Show size attribute
    -t | --show-count
    Show object count for folder/container
    -a | --calc-size
    Calculate folder size
    --hide-date
    Do not show last updated date column
    -f | --path
    Show full path
    -u | --uri
    Show full uri
    -x | --onlyfiles
    Show only files. Do not show folders
    -y | --onlyfolders
    Show only folders. Do not show files
    -z | --show-all
    Show files and folders both (Default)
    -o | --out PATH
    File path where you want to save command output
    --tab
    Generate output in tab delimited format
    --fixed
    Generate output in fixed width format
    --csv
    Generate output in csv format with specified delimiter
    --json
    Generate output in json format
    --xml
    Generate output in XML format
    --delimiter DELIMITER
    Generate output in csv format with specified delimiter
    --quote
    Place double quotes around values
    --nocons
    Don't show output in console
    --nohdr
    Don't show column header
    --exclude-olderthan
    Exclude files if they are older than specified period. You may use format specifier or exact date/datetime. Period format specifiers are d,h,m or s (days, hours, minutes or seconds). Example: 5d = (5 days), 5h=(5 hours), 5m=(5 hours), 5s=5s=(5 second), "2015-12-31 11:59:59"=(exact date+time), "2015-12-31"=(exact date)
    --exclude-newerthan
    Exclude files if they are newer than specified period. You may use format specifier or exact date/datetime. Period format specifiers are d,h,m or s (days, hours, minutes or seconds). Example: 5d = (5 days), 5h=(5 hours), 5m=(5 hours), 5s=5s=(5 second), "2015-12-31 11:59:59"=(exact date+time), "2015-12-31"=(exact date)
    -r | --recursive
    Scan recursive
    -c | --continue-onerror
    Continue on error such as specified file is missing at source
    --auth NAME
    Credential entry name. This entry name must exist (previously saved using setauth command)
    --accesskey YOUR_ACCESS_KEY
    Cloud account access key
    --secretkey YOUR_SECRET_KEY
    Cloud account secret key
    --serviceurl URL
    Service url for cloud service e.g. --serviceurl https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com
    --threads COUNT
    Number of concurrent operations. If you don't specify then system will use default settings to optimize transfer.
    --consoleout FILEPATH
    Captures console output and saves to file
    -v | --verbose
    Log verbosity level. -v means detailed, If you don't specify this option then minimum logging will be done.
    -w | --wait
    Wait for user input before exit
    -i | --interactive
    Continue in interactive mode after this command is completed. This switch is not applicable if you already in interactive mode

    Notes

    Examples

    Examples
    List all pending copy

    lscopy


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