Re: using scp to move files
I recently migrated about 100GB of user accounts from one Solaris machine
I had better success of using rsync over ssh, see man file there is a
couple of useful examples at the end.
On Tue, 26 Oct 2004, diego wrote:
> I bet the issue is already solved, but I just read the thread and wanted
> to give my 2 cents ;-)
> I searched for the move option in scp not few moths ago and I read
> somewhere (googling around) that scp -u did this, **if you had ssh v2**.
> But if you still have v1 ... you'd better simulate it as described in
> this thread or better upgrade to ssh v2.
> Hope this helps anyone.
> El lun, 04-10-2004 a las 19:34, Pete Conkin escribiѓ:
> > From: "Kamaraju Kusumanchi" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > > I need to move some files from a server to client. I am planning to
> > > use scp for this. Using scp, I can only copy the files. But I want to
> > > move the files instead of copying them. Any ideas? The manual of scp
> > > does not have any option for this.
> > >
> > > Are there any other programs which achieve the same result?
> > The scp program from SSH.com's package supports this via the -u option
> > which will remove source files after copying them.
> > Pete
> > >
> > > thanks
> > > raju
> > >
> > >
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