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Comparison of Unix Directory Structure for Fail-Over-Simulation

Hi experts,

I am non-technical.

We are going to test a Unix fail-over site.  We are going to stop syncronization, and then set up the fail-over site to behave like the production site and test.  The production will continue to operate.  

I want a comparison performed of directory structure of the fail-over-site and the production-site.  The fail-over-site should have all the same directories and the same permissions etc after being set up.

Is this doable in Unix?

Thanks!
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8/22/2022 - Mon
farzanj

Yes it is doable but it would be a scripting job.  It wouldn't be a command that would make comparison.
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Thanks farzanj.  Can you give an example of the type of commands the script would contain?
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Thanks Farzanj
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