How To view files copying rate in terminal mode(Linux REDHAT)

By | 27/12/2011

In REDHAT, WATCH command is used to view the file transferring rate.

#watch -n 1 du -sh $destination directory$

If files are copying from /mnt to /var/ftp/pub, then command to watch the file copying rate is

#watch -n 1 du -sh /var/ftp/pub

watch — To watch file transfer

du –disk usage

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Linux file transfer rate command
Command to watch Linux file transfer/copying rate.

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