bpcp with globbing

Jean Paul Ampuero jampuero at Princeton.EDU
Thu Nov 13 16:45:06 EST 2003

Right, I am running Scyld.
I already tried your "ugly" work-around, without success. I get:
execmove: Exec format error

Dan Stanzione wrote:

> I'm assuming you're running Scyld?
>That's actually a problem with the shell itself more than bpcp; and unlike
>some utilities (like say, scp) you can't get around by simply putting the
>thing in quotes.   I haven't had the patience to find a "good" fix, but
>it seems from your example you have all the files you need on an NFS
>or other shared directory, and you're just trying to move them to local
>A really ugly work-around (but it takes 10 seconds) is just to put the
>cp command with the wildcard argument into a one-line script, then
>run "bpsh -a <scriptname>" and the arguments will be expanded on
>the slaves.
>There's got to be a better way to do this, but that will get you
>through the night.  Any ideas, Don?
>    Dan
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