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    Command:

    xfs_rtcp

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           xfs_rtcp [ -e extsize ] [ -p ] source ... target
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           xfs_rtcp  copies a file to the realtime partition on an XFS filesystem.
           If there is more than one source and target, the  final  argument  (the
           target) must be a directory which already exists.
    
    
    

    OPTIONS

           -e extsize
                  Sets the extent size of the destination realtime file.
    
           -p     Use  if  the  size of the source file is not an even multiple of
                  the block size of the destination filesystem. When -p is  speci-
                  fied  xfs_rtcp  will pad the destination file to a size which is
                  an even multiple of the filesystem block size.  This  is  neces-
                  sary since the realtime file is created using direct I/O and the
                  minimum I/O is the filesystem block size.
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

           xfs(5), mkfs.xfs(8), mount(8).
    
    
    

    CAVEATS

           Currently, realtime partitions are not supported under the  Linux  ver-
           sion  of  XFS, and use of a realtime partition WILL CAUSE CORRUPTION on
           the data partition. As such, this command is made available for curious
           DEVELOPERS ONLY at this point in time.
    
                                                                       xfs_rtcp(8)
    
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