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In AIX, how to avoid overwrite a file with cp?

If rsync is available on your system, you may use its --ignore-existing flag: find ${SOURCE_DIR} -type f -mtime +2 \ -exec rsync --ignore-existing '{}' ${DEST_NAS_DIR} \; Possibly the -u flag might ...
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In AIX, how to avoid overwrite a file with cp?

You can try to cheat with something like: ...yes n|cp -i -p $0 ${DEST_NAS_DIR}$0' {}... Unfortunately I do not have AIX to test it but this will ask for overwrite any existing file and sending "...
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Pro-Gaming With GNU

Personally I will start with a kernel optimized for desktop, there are some distro oriented to this (Mandriva, Fedora, Ubuntu). Then I will start to read some guides to optimize kernel performance ...
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