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Del_3
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Displaying I/O

I am trying to recursively generate simple I/O to a disk array and display the process. A simply file copy would be fine but I cant get cp to display the files as they are copied similar to a DOS copy.

Can anyone help.

Thanks in advance.
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James R. Ferguson
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Re: Displaying I/O

Hi:

Why not use 'scp'?

Regards!

...JRF...
Del_3
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Re: Displaying I/O

Thanks. This will work.

I cant get the -r option to work however.

# scp -r /tmp/* /mnt/mnt01
cp: /tmp/mysql.sock: Operation not supported on socket