Find files in workspace that perforce doesn’t know about

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Find files in workspace that perforce doesn’t know about
Find out the p4 files missing on your disk

How to find out what files aren’t added in your Perforce client
dir /s/b/a-d | p4 -x- have > nul: 2>missing.txt – Windows User
find . -type f | p4 -x- have > /dev/null 2>missing.txt – Unix User

Finding untracked files in a Perforce tree means to find untracked (really: unadded) files in a Perforce tree?
find . -type f -print0 | xargs -0 p4 fstat >/dev/null 2>mylogfile – Linux
find -type f ! -name ‘*~’ -print0| xargs -0 p4 fstat 2>&1|awk ‘/no such file/{print $1}’ – Unix
dir /s /b /A-D | p4 -x – add – Windows
Using p4v – Thanks for tenpn from stackoverflow
In the Jan 2009 version of P4V, you can right-click on any folder in your workspace tree and click “reconcile offline work…”
This will do a little processing then bring up a split-tree view of files that are not checked out but have differences from the depot version, or not checked in at all.

Find P4 managed files that are missing on your local client
p4 diff -sd

Find files that are edited on your local client, but unopened
p4 diff -se

Show only the names of opened files that are different from the revision in the depot, or are missing.
p4 diff -sa

Show only the names of files opened for integrate that have been resolved, but that have been modified after being resolved.
p4 diff -sb

Show only the names of unopened files that are missing from the client workspace, but present in the depot.
p4 diff -sd

Show only the names of unopened files in the client workspace that are different than the revision in the depot.
p4 diff -se

Show only the names of opened files in the client workspace that are identical to the revision in the depot.
p4 diff -sr
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Rajesh Kumar
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