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You could use flock: tryagain=1 while [[ $tryagain -ne 0 ]]; do ld=`losetup -f` flock -n $ld -c "losetup $ld myfile.img" tryagain=$? done The idea here is that you try and flock t …
answered May 25 '15 by goldilocks
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If the directories are on the same hardware partition mounted as a single filesystem, then moving something is actually just renaming it to a different path. However, if they are not, then each file …
answered Jan 7 '15 by goldilocks
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Here: cat test | shuf > test > takes precedence in the sense that this means: (cat test) | (shuf > test) and not: (cat test | shuf) > test Although if we used two different files, there woul …
answered Jan 23 '14 by goldilocks