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revised Does WebSphere Liberty store it's process ID (pid) anywhere on Linux?
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comment Does WebSphere Liberty store it's process ID (pid) anywhere on Linux?
Just verified that, this seems to work - thank you!
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asked Does WebSphere Liberty store it's process ID (pid) anywhere on Linux?
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comment Controlling rsync bandwidth usage by percentage of available bandwidth, in userspace?
I've added some detail. Hopefully that clarifies.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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revised How do I write an rsync exclude for a directory tree with names containing spaces?
clarified exclude directory