To check that files are saved to disk correctly; the system can re-read the disk when saving and verify (compare) with the data in memory.
Syntax VERIFY [ON | OFF]
By default the CMD shell has verify OFF
Windows Explorer will always copy with verify ON
Copying files can be up to twice as fast with verify OFF.
VERIFY without a parameter will display the current setting.
Valid or no parameters given %ERRORLEVEL% = 0
Bad parameters given = 1
VERIFY is an internal command.
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COPY /V - Verify
MOVE - Move files from one folder to another
EXIT - Quit the current script/routine, optionally setting an errorlevel.
Equivalent bash command (Linux): cksum - Print CRC checksum and byte counts