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Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
13
asked Does WebSphere Liberty store it's process ID (pid) anywhere on AIX?
Jun
13
revised Does WebSphere Liberty store it's process ID (pid) anywhere on Linux?
edited title
Apr
9
comment Does WebSphere Liberty store it's process ID (pid) anywhere on Linux?
Just verified that, this seems to work - thank you!
Apr
9
accepted Does WebSphere Liberty store it's process ID (pid) anywhere on Linux?
Feb
24
asked Does WebSphere Liberty store it's process ID (pid) anywhere on Linux?
Jun
2
comment Controlling rsync bandwidth usage by percentage of available bandwidth, in userspace?
I've added some detail. Hopefully that clarifies.
Jun
2
revised Controlling rsync bandwidth usage by percentage of available bandwidth, in userspace?
added 24 characters in body
Jun
2
comment Controlling rsync bandwidth usage by percentage of available bandwidth, in userspace?
@ewwhite, The portable device is typically a MacBook (although it might be other laptops). How do I intend to establish it - well, that's really the crux of the question.
Jun
2
comment Controlling rsync bandwidth usage by percentage of available bandwidth, in userspace?
Thanks, that's a great idea. This does only test the internet bandwidth though (i.e. to the speedtest.net servers), which is constrained by connectivity to the internet. I was looking for something for a local network, where speed of the raw network interface was more the factor. It's a start, though.
Jun
2
asked Controlling rsync bandwidth usage by percentage of available bandwidth, in userspace?
May
21
awarded  Yearling
Apr
13
comment How do I write an rsync exclude for a directory tree with names containing spaces?
Good point, sorry. Nevertheless, I've just tried this and I still see the same error as before.
Apr
13
comment How do I write an rsync exclude for a directory tree with names containing spaces?
I cannot use double-quotes, as the environment variable in question ($OPTIONS) is already double-quoted.
Apr
13
comment How do I write an rsync exclude for a directory tree with names containing spaces?
it will also exclude Different Parent Directory/Another Directory, which isn't what I'm asking for.
Apr
13
revised How do I write an rsync exclude for a directory tree with names containing spaces?
clarified exclude directory
Apr
13
comment How do I write an rsync exclude for a directory tree with names containing spaces?
Thanks. That's not really what I wanted, though; I wanted to exclude only that specific subdirectory - 'Some Parent Directory/Another Directory'.
Apr
13
revised How do I write an rsync exclude for a directory tree with names containing spaces?
improved title
Apr
13
asked How do I write an rsync exclude for a directory tree with names containing spaces?
Apr
10
comment Favorite rsync tips and tricks
@Timo, bwlimit is in KBytes/second.