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Date: Sat, 1 Sep 2018 11:20:24 -0700
From: Eric Oyen <>
Subject: Re: How to use multiple lists at the same time?

You have a copy of that script I can take a look at?


> On Sep 1, 2018, at 9:35 AM, Jerry Kemp <> wrote:
> I have split up list, like you discuss below, than ran each in a serial fashion via a
> standard Korne shell script.
> Worked fine for me, YMMV.
> Jerry
> -------- Original Message --------
> From: Eric Oyen
> Sent: Sat, Sep 1, 2018 11:19 AM CDT
> To:
> Subject: [john-users] How to use multiple lists at the same time?
> Hello fellow users.
> Ok, my situation is this: I use a 30+ GB file, which can be a real PITA to edit. I have used the split command (here on OS X) to
> split those down to more manageable sized (about 10 MB each) Sure, this will create a lot of files. What I want JTR to do is to be
> able to load each list in turn during the same session to process against hashes I have.
> Now, I found an old entry in the archives that dates back to 2012 and tried it, but it failed with an error code. So, any way to do
> this without having to worry about a massively huge file that’s hard to move around (took me 2 hours to move it off my primary HDD
> to an external USB drive).
> Thanks,
> -Eric

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