Answers for "scp command"

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bash How To Transfer Files From a Remote Server to another Remote Server

# Basic syntax:
scp source destination

# Note, usually one or both of "source" and "destination" are remote 
# 	(otherwise you'd just use cp for a local copy)
# To specify a local source or destination, just use the directory path
# To specify a remote destination, the format is:
# [email protected]:/path/to/directory

# Example usage:
scp /Users/name/Downloads/*.txt [email protected]:/path/to/directory
# In this example, you'd be uploading all text files from your downloads 
# to the remote server

scp [email protected]:/path/to/directory/*png /Users/name/Downloads
# In this example, you'd be downloading all png files from the remote
# server to your downloads directory

scp [email protected]:/path/to/directory/my_favorite_file.txt [email protected]:/path/to/directory
# In this example, you'd be moving a file from one remote server to 
# another remote server

scp -r [email protected]:/path/to/directory /Users/name/Downloads
# In this example the -r flag is used to state that this is a recursive
# download, meaning that all files and subdirectories in the directory
# will be downloaded to the local Downloads directory
Posted by: Guest on October-01-2020
22

scp send file

scp ./file.txt [email protected]_ip:/remote/directory
Posted by: Guest on March-03-2020
8

scp folder from server to local

scp -r [email protected]:/path/to/foo /home/user/Desktop/
Posted by: Guest on March-07-2020
9

using scp

scp [email protected]:/remote/file.txt /local/directory
Posted by: Guest on August-06-2020
4

copy from remote to local

scp file.txt [email protected]:/remote/directory
Posted by: Guest on May-20-2020
0

scp command

scp [OPTION] [[email protected]]SRC_HOST:]file1 [[email protected]]DEST_HOST:]file2
Posted by: Guest on December-08-2020

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