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copy a file in use

Posted on 2003-11-25
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Hi
can anyone tell me that how to copy a file that is currently in use. or delete a file( but I don't know what service is running for that file)????

Thank You very much!!!
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Dear fengq,

What are you trying to accomplish doing that ?

Thanks,
Sunray
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hi, I want to do a hot backup while my sql database is up running Thanks
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fengq,

Will this help

http://www.orsweb.com/downloads/source/100.html

Thanks,
Sunray
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