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Re: scp no longer reports incremental progress
Chris Sutcliffe wrote on 2010-04-06:
On 2 April 2010 10:06, Matthias Andree wrote:
So let's get the network out of the picture. I also observe:
20100328, no processes running, ash -c "rebaseall -v" starts logging dll
names after < 1 s.
20100331, same situation, ash -c "rebaseall -v" shows no output. Note
not waiting very long, if the system has become an order of magnitude
or goof up flushing console output that would also count as regression.
I've run experiments in mintty as well as cmd.exe windows.
Erm.... Not sure I follow here, was this supposed to be in response
to the scp issue or a new topic? Why would you rebase for the scp
To scp. scp forks ssh under the hood, and that might fail for obscure
reasons, so this is just a safety measure not to report things that would
get solved by "rebaseall".
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