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Apr
18
comment Unix server -bash: sudo: command not found
Which Linux distribution are you using?
Apr
16
answered Bash script command line argument to upper case
Apr
13
asked SMS Notifications in Nagios XI
Apr
11
accepted Parallelise rsync using GNU Parallel
Apr
11
answered Parallelise rsync using GNU Parallel
Apr
10
comment Parallelise rsync using GNU Parallel
ssh REMOTE-HOST mkdir -p /data//data/projects/proj1. There is a // in the path.
Apr
10
asked Absolute path in rsync dry-run statistics
Apr
10
comment Parallelise rsync using GNU Parallel
Can you please explain the mkdir -p /dest-dir/{//}\; part? Especially the {//} thing is a bit confusing.
Apr
10
comment Parallelise rsync using GNU Parallel
If I use --dry-run option in rsync, I would have a list of files that would be transferred. Can I provide that file list to parallel in order to parallelise the process?
Apr
9
comment copy the contents of a variable in a text file
Have you tried echoing? echo $var > file.txt
Apr
3
answered Why when we run a executable file we need to add ./ ahead?
Mar
19
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
17
answered Shell Scripting: Comparing something to nothing?
Mar
13
accepted Bash: Looping through a string
Mar
13
comment Bash: Looping through a string
If you could tell me where I went wrong with my code, that would be a great help too.
Mar
13
comment Bash: Looping through a string
This won't create Vmac1 through Vmac5, but will create Vmac[0] through Vmac[4], if I am not wrong. But, I hope, it will surely fulfill my purpose. I will check and update you.
Mar
13
asked Bash: Looping through a string
Mar
13
comment Parallelise rsync using GNU Parallel
In fact, I do not know about above parameters. For the time being, we can neglect the optimization part. Multiple rsyncs in parallel is the primary focus now.
Mar
13
comment Parallelise rsync using GNU Parallel
Any other alternative in order to avoid find?
Mar
13
comment Parallelise rsync using GNU Parallel
If possible, we would want to use 50% of total bandwidth. But, parallelising multiple rsyncs is our first priority.