On 3 Nov 2004, at 11:51, Laur Ivan wrote:
> How can I cap an ongoing transfer? I have a wget going on and it gets
> bw is available. is there any (preferably easy) way to cap it to a
I don't think there is an easy way - you'd have to start using some
kind of traffic shaping. What you can do is cancel the transfer, and
then start it again with -c --limit-rate to continue from where you
left off and then limit the transfer rate to whatever value you specify
- man wget for details.
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