Post, let's discuss another important task. Copy Files / Folders from one location to another but efficiently. There are many ways to do this task in LINUX. Also one can find multiple commands as well. We will discuss one specific scenario as follows.
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Sunday, 31 July 2016
BASH Script: Copy Files From Source To Destination Within Given Date Range By RSYNC
Posted by Yogesh Desai at 18:39:00 2 comments:
Labels: Bash, Bash Scripting, Copy Files, rsync, Shell, Shell Scripting
Monday, 4 July 2016
BASH Script: Copy Files From Source To Destination Within Given Date Range
Posted by Yogesh Desai at 17:46:00 5 comments:
Labels: Bash, Bash Scripting, Copy Files, Shell, Shell Scripting
Friday, 1 July 2016
BASH Script: Date As Input
Lets start a very Basic, yet powerful Language Tutorial. The Bash Scripting. Basically it is acronym of "The Bourne Again Shell". Today, I am going to discuss some Basics by considering following scenario.
Let's assume that you need to do some task for range of dates or over a period of dates. So here there will be a Start Date & End Date. Also it would be great if you can give this range of dates to your script at the command line so no need to edit the script every time. when I said command line it means that one can give argument at the time of execution of the bash script.
Posted by Yogesh Desai at 15:55:00 No comments:
Labels: Bash, Bash Scripting, Shell, Shell Scripting
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