copy with progress bar - rsync

rsync -aP --no-whole-file --inplace
a : to keep files permissions --no-whole file : use rsync?s delta-transfer algorithm --inplace : writes the updated data directly to the destination file optionnal -> add --remove-source-files to mv instead of cp

By: jlaunay
2012-01-29 18:39:31

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leonamargret · 6 weeks and 5 days ago

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