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    SubjectRe: OT: why no file copy() libc/syscall ??
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    On Mon, 2003-11-10 at 07:29 -0600, Jesse Pollard wrote:

    > > > sys_fscopy(...)
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    > It is too simple to implement in user mode.

    Is it? Please explain the simple steps which cp(1) should take in order
    to observe that it is being asked to duplicate a file on a file system
    such as CIFS (or NFSv4?) which allows the client to issue a 'copy file'
    command over the network without actually transferring the data twice,
    and to invoke such a command.

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    dwmw2

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