Scripting and Command Line Operations
You may create scripts for frequently repeated or unattended disk actions and execute them from a command line or file. The same script commands may be executed directly from a command line.
Currently, R-Drive Image supports scripts for creating a new image file, appending data to an existing one, restoring data from an image, check an image, and connect/disconnect images as virtual logical disk.
r-driveimagecl [/switches] cmd="<ScriptName>.rdi"
where <ScriptName> is the script name and its path, if necessary,
and press the Enter key
Note: if ScriptName contains no spaces, double quotes (") may be omitted. No characters in ScriptName should be escaped.
Switches set in the command lines also is used as default values for parameters in scripts.
When R-Drive Image completes the operation, the Commit OK message will appear in the command prompt.
You may include this command to a command file and automatically run such command file either manually or using any scheduling software for unattended disk actions.
to start R-Drive Image application
to start R-Drive Image console application
and press the Enter key.
When R-Drive Image completes the action, the Commit OK message will appear in the command prompt.
Note: the /f switch is not applicable to the actions performed from the command prompt.
The Disk Actions chapter explains basic disk actions.
The Startup Version chapter explains how to perform disk actions using the R-Drive Image Startup Version.
The Technical Information chapter gives technical information on Supported CD and DVD Recorders and List of Hardware Devices Supported in the Startup Mode and another useful technical information.
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