Under Linux, how do I copy files from one filesystem to the other (both gpfs) and preserve hard links?
I have a directory with huge files and a number of directories, that have hardlinks on these huge files. How do I copy files from one filesystem to the other and preserve hard links?
After working with a few large files over sshfs, one question started dwelling in my mind. Suppose I have a sshfs (or NFS for that matter) mount on ~/remodetir and I want to do something like cp ...
I need to move a large file (corrupt MySQL table ~40GB) onto a seperate server in order to repair it. (When trying to repair on my production server, it quickly killed the server). In order to do ...
i have a tree of files with correct permission. then i have a (filewise) identical tree (with different file contents tough) with wrong permissions. how can i transfer the permissions layout from ...
We need to keep a set of files on multiple servers synchronized. This seems like a simple problem, but I'm not a full-time system administrator, and while I've found a simple solution, it's not very ...