cp is the copy command.

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SecAst: Potential documentation issue, Ubutunu 12.04.4 LTS and the command: cp -v

To Generation D: I am writing you about what might just be a documentation issue which hopefully doesn't have significant repercussions. This is something I encountered immediately at the start on ...
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nfs file transfers fail, “cp: cannot stat 'dir_name': No such file or directory” but sshfs works fine

We have a strange issue on our file server (Debian Wheezy 32-bit), where some files within folders contained in an nfs share fail during transfer using the cp command. Howerver, if we mount the same ...
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Linux cp with gzip and numbered backup in one step?

I'm wanting to copy a file and gzip it in a single command/step But I want to do numbered backup if the file already exists i.e. "cp --backup=numbered" or similar. The reason for the single step is ...
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RHEL 6.7 cache causing out of memory errors

I have a (large) system that has cache behavior that I don't understand. It seems that the cache ran the system out of memory. How is this possible? Doesn't the kernel clean up the cache when there'...
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Copying preserving file and directory symlinks and symlink destinations

I have a directory with a bunch of files and symlinks in it, for example (not related to my actual hierarchy): src/usr/bin/ls -> src/usr/bin/busybox src/usr/bin/echo -> src/usr/bin/busybox src/...