I'm attempting to copy a 75 gigabyte tgz (mysql lvm snapshot) from a Linux server in our LA data center to another Linux server in our NY data center over a 10MB link. I am getting about 20-30Kb/s ...
I have to copy a large directory tree, about 1.8 TB. It's all local. Out of habit I'd use rsync, however I wonder if there's much point, and if I should rather use cp. I'm worried about permissions ...
I have a Window Server 2000 machine running MS SQL Server that stores over 20GB of data. The database is backed-up every day to the second harddrive. I want to transfer those backup files to another ...
We want to get functionality similar to Yousendit or one of the other services that allows end users to upload large files. But we have a few Linux servers and want to use these instead of a third ...
I wanted to share some knowledge I picked up when I ran into trouble using libpcap and snort to sniff a high-capacity (1 GB full duplex; 2 GB max aggregate) network link. The applications would sniff ...