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comment output to file, then use file for input
The author of the question specifically asked for a command that's different from that because the files are very large. Executing the files using your methodology would be a lot slower than cmd1|tee file|cmd2.
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asked Use a keyboard shortcut to switch between synergy-“ized” monitors/windows
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comment Traffic segmentation for a particular subnet
@derobert I use NetworkManager to set up the vpn. I can then connect using the command nmcli con up id Work.
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comment Traffic segmentation for a particular subnet
@Rabin Sure. My home network has a wireless gateway on a 192.168.25.x subnet, I vpn to the office using NetworkManager, I then receive a ppp0 ip in the 192.168.2.x subnet. Ideally all traffic that routes to 2.x domains and 69.90.218.x domains would all be routed through the ppp0 domain. But I'm not sure how to do that.
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comment Traffic segmentation for a particular subnet
@MarkPlotnick How would I go about doing that?
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asked Traffic segmentation for a particular subnet
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asked rsync multiple files to multiple directories
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comment Moving large numbers of files and directories to a different directory
I really like the solution but you're right rsync was more efficient.
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accepted Moving large numbers of files and directories to a different directory
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comment Moving large numbers of files and directories to a different directory
Worked perfectly after I added -r so it should be rsync -v -r --remove-source-files /mnt/originals-us/ /mnt/originals/
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asked Moving large numbers of files and directories to a different directory
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accepted What's wrong with these two cron job's?
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comment What's wrong with these two cron job's?
FYI I just retested the cron jobs and got the following errors. /bin/sh: 1: Syntax error: EOF in backquote substitution For the first cron job. /bin/sh: 1: Syntax error: Unterminated quoted string For the second cron job.