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Update  : I ran another iteration oftime dstat after unmounting and remounting the MTP device, and it started faster and falling back again to idling for most of the time.

Update  : I ran another iteration of dstat after unmounting and remounting the MTP device and it started faster and falling back again to idling for most of the time.

Update: I ran another time dstat after unmounting and remounting the MTP device, and it started faster and falling back again to idling for most of the time.

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Update : I ran another iteration of dstat after unmounting and remounting the MTP device and it started faster and falling back again to idling for most of the time.

$ dstat -cd --disk-util --disk-tps
----total-cpu-usage---- -dsk/total- sda--sdb--sdc- -dsk/total-
usr sys idl wai hiq siq| read  writ|util:util:util|reads writs
  5   1  94   0   0   0| 219k  603k|0.02:0.36:1.59|   3     7 
  6   3  90   1   0   0|  12k   25M|   0:   0:12.8|   3    44 
  5   2  86   7   0   0|   0    41M|   0:   0:64.0|   0    68 
  5   3  92   0   0   0|4096B 2744k|   0:2.00:1.60|   1   101 
  5   2  92   0   0   0|  20k    0 |   0:   0:3.60|   5     0 
  5   2  92   0   0   0|  16k    0 |   0:   0:2.40|   4     0 
  6   3  90   1   0   0|  12k   17M|   0:   0:14.0|   3    27 
  5   2  78  14   0   0|  12k   69M|   0:   0:92.0|   3   113 
  7   2  90   0   0   0|  12k    0 |   0:   0:2.80|   3     0 
  5   3  92   0   0   0|  12k   68k|   0:0.40:2.00|   3     2 
  6   2  92   0   0   0|  20k    0 |   0:   0:2.40|   5     0 
  5   2  94   0   0   0|4096B    0 |   0:   0:0.80|   1     0 
  3   1  91   5   0   0|   0    62M|   0:   0:45.2|   0   106 
  4   1  90   6   0   0|   0  2500k|   0:1.20:49.6|   0    67 
  4   1  95   0   0   0|   0   104k|   0:0.40:   0|   0     2 
  4   1  95   0   0   0|   0   192k|   0:0.80:   0|   0     3 
  4   2  94   0   0   0|   0    28k|0.40:   0:   0|   0     3 
  4   1  95   0   0   0|   0    40k|   0:   0:2.40|   0     2 
  4   1  95   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0 
  4   2  94   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0 
  4   1  95   0   0   0|   0    48k|   0:0.40:   0|   0     2 
  3   1  95   0   0   0|   0    16k|   0:   0:   0|   0     4 
  4   1  95   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0 
  4   1  96   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0 
  4   2  94   0   0   0|   0   332k|   0:   0:   0|   0    59 
  4   1  95   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0 
  3   1  96   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0 
  4   2  95   0   0   0|   0    16k|   0:0.80:   0|   0     2 
  3   1  96   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:38.4|   0     0 
  6   2  92   0   0   0|   0   104k|   0:   0:10.4|   0    14 
  5   2  93   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0 
  4   1  95   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0 
  3   1  95   0   0   0|   0   448k|   0:   0:   0|   0     1 
  3   1  95   0   0   0|   0    48k|   0:0.80:   0|   0     2 
  3   1  96   0   0   0|   0    32k|   0:   0:   0|   0     7 
  4   1  94   0   0   0|   0   548k|   0:2.00:   0|   0    66 
  4   1  95   0   0   0|   0    92k|   0:1.60:   0|   0     9 
  3   1  96   0   0   0|   0    28k|   0:1.20:   0|   0     3 
  7   1  92   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0 
  3   2  95   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0 
  3   1  96   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0 
  3   1  96   0   0   0|   0   384k|   0:   0:   0|   0    44 
  4   2  95   0   0   0|   0    60k|   0:0.80:   0|   0     2 
  3   1  96   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:2.40|   0     0 
  3   1  96   0   0   0|   0  2560k|   0:   0:47.6|   0     5 
  4   2  94   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0 
  3   2  95   0   0   0|   0   520k|   0:0.40:   0|   0    48 
  3   1  96   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0

At this rate, it seems that it would take roughly ~16hseveral hours to backup my phone data (without previous backup), which is not something I can really do for a total backup. For an incremental backup, that could have been acceptable, but this is not the question here.

At this rate, it seems that it would take roughly ~16h to backup my phone data (without previous backup), which is not something I can really do for a total backup. For an incremental backup, that could have been acceptable, but this is not the question here.

Update : I ran another iteration of dstat after unmounting and remounting the MTP device and it started faster and falling back again to idling for most of the time.

$ dstat -cd --disk-util --disk-tps
----total-cpu-usage---- -dsk/total- sda--sdb--sdc- -dsk/total-
usr sys idl wai hiq siq| read  writ|util:util:util|reads writs
  5   1  94   0   0   0| 219k  603k|0.02:0.36:1.59|   3     7 
  6   3  90   1   0   0|  12k   25M|   0:   0:12.8|   3    44 
  5   2  86   7   0   0|   0    41M|   0:   0:64.0|   0    68 
  5   3  92   0   0   0|4096B 2744k|   0:2.00:1.60|   1   101 
  5   2  92   0   0   0|  20k    0 |   0:   0:3.60|   5     0 
  5   2  92   0   0   0|  16k    0 |   0:   0:2.40|   4     0 
  6   3  90   1   0   0|  12k   17M|   0:   0:14.0|   3    27 
  5   2  78  14   0   0|  12k   69M|   0:   0:92.0|   3   113 
  7   2  90   0   0   0|  12k    0 |   0:   0:2.80|   3     0 
  5   3  92   0   0   0|  12k   68k|   0:0.40:2.00|   3     2 
  6   2  92   0   0   0|  20k    0 |   0:   0:2.40|   5     0 
  5   2  94   0   0   0|4096B    0 |   0:   0:0.80|   1     0 
  3   1  91   5   0   0|   0    62M|   0:   0:45.2|   0   106 
  4   1  90   6   0   0|   0  2500k|   0:1.20:49.6|   0    67 
  4   1  95   0   0   0|   0   104k|   0:0.40:   0|   0     2 
  4   1  95   0   0   0|   0   192k|   0:0.80:   0|   0     3 
  4   2  94   0   0   0|   0    28k|0.40:   0:   0|   0     3 
  4   1  95   0   0   0|   0    40k|   0:   0:2.40|   0     2 
  4   1  95   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0 
  4   2  94   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0 
  4   1  95   0   0   0|   0    48k|   0:0.40:   0|   0     2 
  3   1  95   0   0   0|   0    16k|   0:   0:   0|   0     4 
  4   1  95   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0 
  4   1  96   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0 
  4   2  94   0   0   0|   0   332k|   0:   0:   0|   0    59 
  4   1  95   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0 
  3   1  96   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0 
  4   2  95   0   0   0|   0    16k|   0:0.80:   0|   0     2 
  3   1  96   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:38.4|   0     0 
  6   2  92   0   0   0|   0   104k|   0:   0:10.4|   0    14 
  5   2  93   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0 
  4   1  95   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0 
  3   1  95   0   0   0|   0   448k|   0:   0:   0|   0     1 
  3   1  95   0   0   0|   0    48k|   0:0.80:   0|   0     2 
  3   1  96   0   0   0|   0    32k|   0:   0:   0|   0     7 
  4   1  94   0   0   0|   0   548k|   0:2.00:   0|   0    66 
  4   1  95   0   0   0|   0    92k|   0:1.60:   0|   0     9 
  3   1  96   0   0   0|   0    28k|   0:1.20:   0|   0     3 
  7   1  92   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0 
  3   2  95   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0 
  3   1  96   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0 
  3   1  96   0   0   0|   0   384k|   0:   0:   0|   0    44 
  4   2  95   0   0   0|   0    60k|   0:0.80:   0|   0     2 
  3   1  96   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:2.40|   0     0 
  3   1  96   0   0   0|   0  2560k|   0:   0:47.6|   0     5 
  4   2  94   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0 
  3   2  95   0   0   0|   0   520k|   0:0.40:   0|   0    48 
  3   1  96   0   0   0|   0     0 |   0:   0:   0|   0     0

At this rate, it seems that it would take several hours to backup my phone data (without previous backup), which is not something I can really do for a total backup. For an incremental backup, that could have been acceptable, but this is not the question here.

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rsync --verbose --progress --omit-dir-times --no-perms --recursive --inplace --progress /run/user/1000/gvfs/mtp\:host\=%5Busb%3A002%2C018%5D/Phone/ /data/phone_back_folder/
rsync --verbose --progress --omit-dir-times --no-perms --recursive --inplace --progress /run/user/1000/gvfs/mtp\:host\=%5Busb%3A002%2C018%5D/Phone /data/phone_back_folder/
rsync --verbose --progress --omit-dir-times --no-perms --recursive --inplace --progress /run/user/1000/gvfs/mtp\:host\=%5Busb%3A002%2C018%5D/Phone/ /data/phone_back_folder/
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