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Old 09-16-2006, 12:26 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by debulu
A effective solution for this will be creating a deamon by using C program which will sleep for say 1 minute and resume its operation and create the new file name (by setting a counter this can be easily achived) and then copy it to the destination. fork/exec pair can achive all these. Refer Advanced Unix programming by R.Stevens for creation of deamon.
What are the advantages of using a daemon made by you? (you could work with crond)


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