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I'm a Linux user


Jul
16
asked Make xentop show memory usage in megabytes
Jul
16
answered Gzip Piped to Rsync
Jul
16
accepted Unix copy command that has a progress bar, but not as heavy as rsync
Jul
16
comment Unix copy command that has a progress bar, but not as heavy as rsync
the -v is a good start, and it's quite helpful, but I'd like more info on exactly how many files are left / have been copied / etc
Jul
16
answered I read computer science, I don't have any certification yet, but I want experience
Jul
16
answered What Linux version should I use for serving a VCS?
Jul
16
asked Unix copy command that has a progress bar, but not as heavy as rsync
Jul
16
comment Using Rsync to backup to an external drive
Doesn't the -a flag to rsync do all the above?
Jul
16
comment Using Rsync to backup to an external drive
rsnapshot does similar to dirvish
Jul
16
comment Using Rsync to backup to an external drive
rsnapshot is a backup system that uses link-dest as you describe to keep full version backups in a space efficent manner.
Jul
16
comment Filter fields with space character from csv file on command line
linux is a form of unix. Most things that are in linux are in other unixes.
Jul
16
asked yum equivalent of “apt-get purge”
Jul
15
revised DNS - Any way to force a nameserver to update the record of a domain?
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Jul
15
answered Bash-like command substitution in ssh or How to request things from ssh *client*?
Jul
15
asked DNS - Any way to force a nameserver to update the record of a domain?
Jul
15
accepted Fix Control-C in mysql command line programme?
Jul
15
revised Fix Control-C in mysql command line programme?
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Jul
15
revised Xen - can't create domain because 'vdb could not be connected'
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Jul
15
asked Xen - can't create domain because 'vdb could not be connected'
Jul
15
comment Command line recursive/deep directory copy in Linux?
The other reason I like rsync is you can pass it the -P flag, which shows a progress bar. It gives you some idea of how long something will take