David Margetts 1 wrote:
I am having quite a lot of success with udp-cast, it is proving to be
very useful in shifting large hard disk images across the network.
If there is a chance of new features, one I would like to see is the
ability to set a time-out if no receivers connect to the sender in a
given amount of time.
I am using it for imaging notebooks and once I have done a set, I move
on to a different image. It would be nice if it would quit after a day
of being idle.
This is now implemented in version 20091031. The option already existed
for the receiver (--start-timeout). Now the same option is also
supported for the sender.
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