Quoting <20010329094735.B919 at bagend.local>
by Niall O Broin <niall at magicgoeshere.com>:
> Doing exactly that i.e. a single 20M file I g0t 4390 KB/s which is
> somewhat better. The 40GB was using find|cpio to copy ~103000 files,
> and I just used a simple cp to copy 308 files for a total of 76728KB
> and got only 1857KB/s throughput. There seems to be a reasonable
> amount of per file overhead.
If it's something you do often, I'd use something like this:
server$ tar cf - data | nc -p 2104 -l -w 5
client$ nc server 2104 -w 5 | tar xf -
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