Re: So is this a kernel bug?
George Cristian Birzan wrote:
Yes, except those machines are specifically for backup and don't have
shell access (or at least, I don't have shell access to them).
On Tue, Apr 20, 2004 at 10:20:03AM -0500, Kent West wrote:
Now I'm trying to move those files to a similar server named PEZ10 using
my Debian box as the middle man.
This is terribly bandwidth inefficient. You should copy directly, it'll
be twice as fast. :-)
From the Debian box, I've tried the command:
cp -av /[mountpoint for pez13] /[mountpoint for pez10]
and a bunch of files get copied
Did it freeze at the same file? (-v should print files as they get
I'm afraid I didn't notice.
I tried originally to use a Mac OS/X box to copy the files, but it
stopped partway through complaining about some file (.appleinfo ?) that
already existed, although I could not find such a file, so I just
figured I'd try the Linux box. Was I ever surprised to find that Linux
could lock hard like this on a simple file copy. So I went back to the
OS/X box, and am now copying the files from a Terminal window's command
line; seems to be working so far.