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Oct
12
comment I can't create bootable USB drive with Startup Disc Creator
I am having the same problem. Min 2GB flash drive is not the issue; I am using 8GB flash drive
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revised For processes to be up and running all the time
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asked For processes to be up and running all the time
Oct
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accepted Problem in redirecting standard input and output
Oct
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comment Problem in redirecting standard input and output
yes. thanks. I have just asked it in Meta - meta.stackexchange.com/questions/149833/…
Oct
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comment Problem in redirecting standard input and output
Thanks. great help. Don't mind me asking but should I have put this in unix.stackexchange.com instead of askubuntu. I mean these two are very alike.
Oct
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awarded  Commentator
Oct
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comment Problem in redirecting standard input and output
Should I have asked this question in unix.stackexchange.com ?
Oct
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asked Problem in redirecting standard input and output
Oct
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awarded  Scholar
Oct
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accepted How to run a command within a time duration per min/sec?
Oct
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comment How to run a command within a time duration per min/sec?
Tell me if I'm wrong - do ya mean dir: <remote dir>, {}: <for files>(how will it identify the file by name) and directory: <for local dir>. Mind my writing.
Oct
8
comment How to run a command within a time duration per min/sec?
looks good. Will it work for scp? my data is on remote server. I have used ssh-keygen for the password less scp. Used my public key for the authentication. see- linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-general-1/…
Oct
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awarded  Supporter
Oct
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comment How to run a command within a time duration per min/sec?
@Tom Regner and @Karthik T, This rsync stuff looks great. Too bad can't upvote you guys.
Oct
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comment How to run a command within a time duration per min/sec?
right! sorry. I am heading towards a new approach now - I know at what time my server is going to create the files, I will be doing the copying after an hour. This way It will give server enough time to create backup. (my server is taking 10-15min to create one whole backup archive of ~100mb). Off course this is a static way of doing it.
Oct
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comment How to run a command within a time duration per min/sec?
can't there be a better way instead iterating 3600 times.
Oct
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comment How to run a command within a time duration per min/sec?
this is better. Thanks. As @Karthik T said what if we do the copying as soon as the file is created. I think, it will overwhelm the server because we don't know how much time it is going to take before the next backup.