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Old 11-22-2012, 09:39 PM   #1
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how to know if the file is copying


in my RHEL5 system , I found that programmer often copy file to remote server via the leased line , therefore , the bandwidth is always occupied by them , they will use different linux command to copy eg. rcp , scp , ftp ... , I have to check who is copying large file when the leased line is busy ,


Can advise how can I know if the server is copying file ?

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