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[leafnode-list] Moving a spool folder
Cornelius, I thought you were off on holiday? Oh, well, it gives me a chance
to ask my question.
I have two drives on my machine, one of which is nearly full, the other of
which is less so. I would like to move my spool folder from the full drive to
the less full one.
Now, I gather that leafnode makes heavy use of hard links. This means I can't
just copy the directory over with cp -a, right? Because it won't recreate the
hard links properly?
So what's the recommended way of doing this? I rather need the disk space.
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