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Clamd client(1)                 Clam AntiVirus                 Clamd client(1)

       clamdscan - scan files and directories for viruses using Clam AntiVirus

       clamdscan [options] [file/directory]

       clamdscan is a clamd client which may be used as  a  clamscan  replace-
       ment.  It  accepts  all the options implemented in clamscan but most of
       them will be ignored because its  scanning  abilities  only  depend  on

       -h, --help
              Display help information and exit.

       -V, --version
              Print version number and exit.

       -v, --verbose
              Be verbose.

              Be quiet - only output error messages.

              Write all messages (except for libclamav output) to the standard
              output (stdout).

              Read clamd settings from FILE.

       -l FILE, --log=FILE
              Save the scan report to FILE.

       -f FILE, --file-list=FILE
              Scan files listed line by line in FILE.

       -m, --multiscan
              In the multiscan mode clamd will attempt to scan  the  directory
              contents  in  parallel  using  available threads. This option is
              especially useful on multiprocessor and multi-core  systems.  If
              you  pass  more  than one file or directory in the command line,
              they are put in a queue and sent  to  clamd  individually.  This
              means,  that single files are always scanned by a single thread.
              Similarly, clamdscan will wait for clamd to finish  a  directory
              scan  (performed  in  multiscan  mode) before sending request to
              scan  another  directory.  This  option  can  be  combined  with
              --fdpass (see below).

       -z, --allmatch
              After  a match, continue scanning within the file for additional

              Remove infected files. Be careful.

              Move infected files into DIRECTORY.

              Do not display summary at the end of scanning.

              Request clamd to reload virus database.

              Pass the file descriptor permissions to clamd. This is useful if
              clamd  is  running  as  a  different  user  as it is faster than
              streaming the file to clamd.  Only  available  if  connected  to
              clamd via local(unix) socket.

              Forces  file streaming to clamd. This is generally not needed as
              clamdscan detects automatically if streaming is  required.  This
              option  only  exists  for debugging and testing purposes, in all
              other cases --fdpass is preferred.

       (0) To scan a one file:

              clamdscan file

       (1) To scan a current working directory:


       (2) To scan all files in /home:

              clamdscan /home

       (3) To scan a file when clamd is running as a different user:

              clamdscan --fdpass ~/downloads

       (4) To scan from standard input:

              clamdscan - < file_to_scan

              cat file_to_scan | clamdscan -

       0 : No virus found.

       1 : Virus(es) found.

       2 : An error occurred.

       Please check the full documentation for credits.

       Tomasz Kojm <>

       clamd(8), clamd.conf(5), clamscan(1)

ClamAV 0.101.5                 February 12, 2009               Clamd client(1)

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