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I'm running 'rsync -a -i /foo /bar'. Every now and then I would like to know what exactly rsync is doing at the moment without having the -v output all the time. Is it possible to increase the verbosity of running processes e.g. by sending a kill signal?


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I would redirect the output in a file and then tail -f to see the output when desired:



rsync -a /foo /bar >/tmp/rsync.log 2>&1


when needed:



tail -f /tmp/rsync.log

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