On 6/12/06, Les Mikesell <[email protected]> wrote:
On Mon, 2006-06-12 at 13:41 -0400, Todd Zullinger wrote:
> >> Can someone recommend the "best/most efficient" way to transfer
> >> files from one linux machine to another, without using ftp?
> > One off:
> > scp file [email protected]_host:/path/to/file
> scp has an option to recursively copy directories to, -r.
> (Though rsync is still well worth using and learning for many
> reasons. :)
Yes, if you are going to be transferring more than one file you
might as well do it in way you can interrupt and restart
efficiently. And, scp doesn't have the handy and obvious
'-a' counterpart to gnu cp and rsync.
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scp worked great, thanks. (scp -r file [email protected]_host:/path/tovar/file)