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I agree w/ davidgo. There are some new sd cards out that have transfer rates up to 225 Mb/s now. If you are using anything under 95Mb/s, your transfer speeds will be atrocious. If it's a high quality card, transfer speed [Maximum] will be stamped right on it, otherwise expect it to be slow. I use an sd card for my environment variables [tmp Temp virtual ...
Try using Robocopy or XCOPY I would suggest for robocopy as it is a bit better than xcopy in certain cases
Look into Robocopy, Xcopy or copy commands for windows. Edit the following code to fit your needs, write into a notepad and save with .bat extension. Robocopy D:\Office\*.pdf D:\YourNewFolder1 Robocopy D:\Office\*.pdf D:\YourNewFolder2 Robocopy D:\Office\*.pdf D:\YourNewFolder3 The * character is called a wildcard. It copies ALL file names with the .pdf ...
Just in case anyone sees this question, I was able to achieve the same thing with FileZilla, using the Filter options.
There is no quick solution. Copy and Paste at this time is all you can do. Highlight all the PDF's in the folder, then open up a new folder and do Ctrl+V to paste. Repeat in each folder. You can possibly select all of the files you want to copy by highlighting them, using Ctrl+C, then selecting all the folders you want to copy them to, by using Ctrl+Click, ...
rsync -azvP source_directory user@remote:remote_directory should let you copy files between two computers while saving progress in case of interruptions. Here's an explanation of each flag, too. http://explainshell.com/explain?cmd=rsync+-azvP If you would like to allow this to run on a server while not being logged in, you can pass the above command to ...
I strongly suggest you take a look at using the rsync command. The rsync command is useful because it can easily resume transfers. Rsync by default operates over a SSH transport, you simply need the rsync binary on the client and server. Rsync will detect what has already be transmitted and only transmit the files, and parts of files that have not be ...
I believe this should solve the problem: nohup scp -r big-folder remote-machine:/home/user/ & This command starts the copy process and will continue copying after you log off.
Have you considered using RoboCopy? http://ss64.com/nt/robocopy.html RoboCopy can be set to copy the data after a set period of time has elapsed and/or a number of changes to the datasets have occured. /MON:n : MONitor source; run again when more than n changes seen. /MOT:m : MOnitor source; run again in m minutes Time, if changed.
I finally figured it out. Turns out fat32 does allow some Operating Systems to run however, most linux distros run better on the EXT2, or EXT3 system better. I forgot about that and that's what was preventing it to work. I had to use the pi tool to set it up and finally got some treading with that. Anyway, I appreciate the help!
What you want to do is actually install Raspbian onto the Raspberry Pi if you have not already done so. You can then download Putty which is a windows based Terminal. It lets you connect to a remote Linux system and give commands to it. Using Putty you can actually send files from a Windows system to a Linux system (which Raspbian is). The Terminal command ...
There's no such command/keyword in psftp. But you can achieve this with WinSCP using its stat command. Use the following batch file: @echo off winscp.com /command ^ "open sftp://user:firstname.lastname@example.org/" ^ "stat /home/user/file.txt" ^ "put c:\file.txt /home/user/file.txt" ^ "exit" By default WinSCP (since version 5.7) aborts the script, ...
I have found that files stored in the Dropbox storage synchronized folder in Windows have an alternate stream com.dropbox.attributes in the stored file, which contains information used by Dropbox storage system. I used a small command line utility from SysInternals - Streams - to look at a simple jpg picture in my Dropbox storage. The utility displays ...
Why do you want to do it like that? Using a high speed SAN and NFS/ZFS would let you provision any kind of image processing to any node without having to do it manually like that. Otherwise, use a bash/perl/python/whocares script with a couple nested loops to iterate over the list of images and copy them where they need to go. Bish bash bosh.
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