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Multiple USB HDD (ext2 ) copy simultaneously
Parallel file copy from single source to multiple targets?

Is any program (Linux /Windows) can copy large data (60 - 80 GB) to multiple drives simultaneously. It should do parallel copy from one source to multiple destinations of local disks(not for network disks using multicast).

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marked as duplicate by quack quixote, Arjan, Molly, BinaryMisfit Dec 24 '09 at 22:10

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And a third: Also PLEASE read the FAQ (given your "answer" which should have been a comment at the earlier question). Thanks & success. – Arjan Dec 24 '09 at 20:30

On Linux you can use tee from the command line to copy to multiple destinations.

cat file | tee outfile1 outfile2

You can use cp along with xargs to copy entire folders to multiple destinations:

echo somedir somedir2 | xargs -n 1 cp -a folder/

On Windows, there is n2ncopy:

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