iMan

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  1. that appears to be the case i would say - thanks for reporting it
  2. hiya GT - thanks for the reply running this from a batch file, but running the equivalent though the console produces the same result... a2cmd.exe /pup /archive /ntfs /advancedcaching /directdiskaccess /service /files=%*
  3. win 7 x64 a2cmd 8.1.0.31 i'm not clear on exactly what a2service.exe is for - can someone explain? i'm using a2cmd only, with the /s switch, because i'm interested in keeping the defs in memory for repetitive scans while a2service seems to do this, i'd like that memory to be automatically freed after a2cmd is not run for a period of time and so far i haven't seen the mem usage drop (428 MB private bytes) will the service free memory after time? and what else does a2service do? i see there's a huge list of functions in the exe, many of which appear to be useless for a2cmd, so i'm wondering if it's worth running at all for the commandline scanner ???
  4. a2cmd 8.1.0.31 win x64 sp1 when passing a bunch of file paths to a2cmd - ~25 or more - the output becomes jumbled in that a2cmd is writing over previously written lines, making it difficult to determine what file is currently being scanned