On Wed, Jan 28, 2004 at 11:21:00AM +0100, pbm wrote:
> John P. Looney, Wed, Jan 28, 2004 at 09:55:05AM +0000:
> > I always prefer tar, as you can put "ssh host" in front of it, and move
> > stuff around;
>> another good reason to prefer rsync to cp.
yes, rsync is a nice way to add "continue where you left off" on large
copies via ssh. my only complaint about rsync is i don't use it enough
to remember the flags. but that's my problem, not rsync's.
kevin, wondering why he's encouraging this thread...
kevin at ie.suberic.net ....... financial math: if bill gates & 10,000 homeless
http://ie.suberic.net/~kevin/cgi-bin/blog .. guys are in a room, the average
net worth of each of them is over $1,000,000. now, why do you care what the
average bush tax "cut" was again? ........... http://www.deanforamerica.com/
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