dd progress wrapper
a shellscript wrapper for dd to show a progress indicator
This is a shellscript that wraps the call to dd(1) on GNU/Linux systems.
It uses dd’s builtin functionality to display the amount of read and written blocks when receiving a USR1 signal to display a nice progress indicator showing bytes read, bytes written, bytes read per second and bytes written per second.
The wrapper also takes into account the conversion rate the user specified (base 10 for kB, MB, GB, etc; and base 2 for k, M, G, etc) instead of always using base 10 and rounding the result up.
Project Category: tool
Wiki at shellscripts.org
Project owner: blindcoder
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|2||Fri Feb 4 15:15:35 UTC 2011||Add an ETA display. Display of bytes read/written will now only go to MB, not GB/EB/PB.||dd.sh (application/x-sh)|
|1||Fri Jan 19 09:32:54 UTC 2007||dd.sh (application/octet-stream)|