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SubjectRe: OT: why no file copy() libc/syscall ??
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Le jeu 20/11/2003 à 20:08, Jesse Pollard a écrit :

> 1. what happens if the copy is aborted?
> 2. what happens if the network drops while the remote server continues?
> 3. what about buffer synchronization?
> 4. what errors should be reported ?
> 5. what happens when the syscall is interupted? Especially if the remote
> copy may take a while (I've seen some require an hour or more - worst
> case: days due to a media error (completed after the disk was replaced)).
> 6. what about a client opening the copy before it is finished copying?

7. How to report progress with your average file manager ?

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