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copy multiple archive logs to non asm location

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I have a few archive logs I just want to move quickly. I can do them 1 at a time but its time consuming.

can I do this in  go

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as of win2K8R2 robocopy is installed with multi threading capabilities

in this windows sample: archive files have .arch as exension
and copies 8 files simultaneously

set source_folder=g:\oracle\oraarch\orcl
set dest_folder=h:\oracle\oraarch\orcl
robocopy %source_folder% %dest_folder% *.arch /MT:8

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Great thanks
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