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I have about 5TB of data stored on Synology NAS servers with a DSM of 6.1+, so bash should be available for use on these systems. The issue is that we are currently archiving this data to external hard drives formatted for NTFS. The main issue is that during the archiving process there appears to be some file conflicts where Linux is case sensitive but Windows is not. So for example:
In linux these are two separate files, but Windows will see them as one file.
The question in hand is that I should be able to figure out which files are conflicts using a tool we used in the past, but there are too many files to rename them manually. These files are spread out across multiple directories going 3 or 4 directories down. If I was able to find out all of the files that are in fact conflicts, what would be the easiest way to rename these files?
The naming really does not matter as long as they do not move from their current location. In the past I have just added a "1" to the end of some of these conflicts, but like I said there are hundreds of conflicts this time.
Are there any recommended tools to find file conflicts like this?