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-o, --out=FILE The file name of the downloaded file. It is
always relative to the directory given in -d
option. When the -Z option is used, this option
will be ignored.
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Located in src/usage_text.h:41
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-s, --split=N Download a file using N connections. If more
than N URIs are given, first N URIs are used and
remaining URLs are used for backup. If less than
N URIs are given, those URLs are used more than
once so that N connections total are made
simultaneously. The number of connections to the
same host is restricted by the
--max-connection-per-server option. See also the
--min-split-size option.
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Located in src/usage_text.h:54
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--all-proxy=PROXY Use a proxy server for all protocols. To override
a previously defined proxy, use "".
You also can override this setting and specify a
proxy server for a particular protocol using the
--http-proxy, --https-proxy and --ftp-proxy
options.
This affects all downloads.
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Located in src/usage_text.h:87
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--file-allocation=METHOD Specify file allocation method.
'none' doesn't pre-allocate file space. 'prealloc'
pre-allocates file space before download begins.
This may take some time depending on the size of
the file.
If you are using newer file systems such as ext4
(with extents support), btrfs, xfs or NTFS
(MinGW build only), 'falloc' is your best
choice. It allocates large(few GiB) files
almost instantly. Don't use 'falloc' with legacy
file systems such as ext3 and FAT32 because it
takes almost same time as 'prealloc' and it
blocks aria2 entirely until allocation finishes.
'falloc' may not be available if your system
doesn't have posix_fallocate() function.
'trunc' uses ftruncate() system call or
platform-specific counterpart to truncate a file
to a specified length.
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Located in src/usage_text.h:134
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--allow-overwrite[=true|false] Restart download from scratch if the
corresponding control file doesn't exist. See
also --auto-file-renaming option.
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Located in src/usage_text.h:161
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--allow-piece-length-change[=true|false] If false is given, aria2 aborts
download when a piece length is different from
one in a control file. If true is given, you can
proceed but some download progress will be lost.
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Located in src/usage_text.h:165
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--auto-file-renaming[=true|false] Rename file name if the same file already
exists. This option works only in http(s)/ftp
download.
The new file name has a dot and a number(1..9999)
appended after the name, but before the file
extension, if any.
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Located in src/usage_text.h:174
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-V, --check-integrity[=true|false] Check file integrity by validating piece
hashes or a hash of entire file. This option has
effect only in BitTorrent, Metalink downloads
with checksums or HTTP(S)/FTP downloads with
--checksum option. If piece hashes are provided,
this option can detect damaged portions of a file
and re-download them. If a hash of entire file is
provided, hash check is only done when file has
been already download. This is determined by file
length. If hash check fails, file is
re-downloaded from scratch. If both piece hashes
and a hash of entire file are provided, only
piece hashes are used.
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Located in src/usage_text.h:196
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-c, --continue[=true|false] Continue downloading a partially downloaded
file. Use this option to resume a download
started by a web browser or another program
which downloads files sequentially from the
beginning. Currently this option is only
applicable to http(s)/ftp downloads.
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Located in src/usage_text.h:222
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-i, --input-file=FILE Downloads URIs found in FILE. You can specify
multiple URIs for a single entity: separate
URIs on a single line using the TAB character.
Reads input from stdin when '-' is specified.
Additionally, options can be specified after each
line of URI. This optional line must start with
one or more white spaces and have one option per
single line. See INPUT FILE section of man page
for details. See also --deferred-input option.
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Located in src/usage_text.h:235
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Contributors to this translation: Alban CLERGEOT, Antoine-Ali Zarrouk, Arzelier, Ludovic Michoux, Michael Humblet, Sebastien WILLEMIJNS, Teromene, dav999, willemijns.