@Dashrender said in How do you find duplicates from Windows SMB shares using Linux: @JaredBusch said in How do you find duplicates from Windows SMB shares using Linux: @Dashrender said in How do you find duplicates from Windows SMB shares using Linux: @IRJ said in How do you find duplicates from Windows SMB shares using Linux: @Dashrender said in How do you find duplicates from Windows SMB shares using Linux: I wonder if this would run faster directly on the server in powershell instead? I'm assuming with doing this over SMB you have to download all files, run the hash - if ran locally, you get to skip the download time, I assume. I gathered that the SMB shares are hosted on Linux, but I could be wrong. If they are hosted on Windows like you are assuming, then I would agree that PowerShell would probably be most performant for this. The title says - Windows SMB Shares. My guess is that Dustin is a lone wolf running a 'nix OS as his machine - and the rest of the company is using Windows. Nothing wrong with that, just my guess. His company is significantly Mac. aww, that's right - he has been asking a lot of MAC questions lately. Unix questions to be more precise, but yeah we are a heavy Mac shop.