|git-annex-checkpresentkey(1)||General Commands Manual||git-annex-checkpresentkey(1)|
When no remote is specified, it verifies if the key's content is present in any accessible remotes.
Exits 0 if the content is verified present in the remote, or 1 if it is verified to not be present in the remote. If there is a problem, the special exit code 100 is used, and an error message is output to stderr.
- Enables batch mode. In this mode, the key is not specified at the command line, but the remote may still be. Lines containing keys are read from stdin, and a line is output with "1" if the key is verified to be present, and "0" otherwise.