Subject: Re: copying entire directory to another filesystem
To: mocha <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jeremy C. Reed <email@example.com>
Date: 05/23/2000 00:33:07
On Tue, 23 May 2000, mocha wrote:
> 1. how do i move a _directory_ from one filesystem to another and keep all
> the same owner, permissions? 'cp -R' seems really slow.
Same owner, permissions, etc. use "-p" also. Yes it is very slow for me
You may be able to do something like this:
tar cpf - * | (cd /path/to/new/filesystem ; tar xpf -)
(You could/should try this with a few small directories.)
I don't know if this is faster than cp -Rp but I'd like to know.
> 2. how do i move an entire filesystem to another and keep owner and
> permission the same? (maybe same as #1? or maybe do some kind of image
> copy?) filesystem aren't necessarily the same size (probably moving to a
> bigger filesystem).
Mocha, I am not sure, but I think your questions should be posted to a
different mailing list.
Jeremy C. Reed