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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting Copy folder and files from unix server to linux server Post 302688117 by balajikalai on Friday 17th of August 2012 06:33:38 PM
Old 08-17-2012
copy file and folder from one server to another server

I am really thank ful for your help.
i am planning to use the below code , as you suggested.
I sincerely appreciate it.

i have mention code 1 & 2 , which is the best way and please correct the syntax too. Thanks a lot for all your help.
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Source unix server ip : 192.168.10.1
Source directory : usr/local/adm

target linux server ip : 192.168.10.2
target directory : usr/local/adm

Please correct me i am wrong with syntax

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code 1:

Source server shell:
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-- change directory
cd /usr/local/adm
-- copy source filesystem to target file system tar & extract to target server
tar cf - ./cd /usr/local/adm/source.tar | ssh 192.168.10.2 'cd /usr/local/adm/source.tar ; tar xf -'

please correct me if i am wrong with the syntax.

Code 2 :

Source server shell:
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-- change directory
cd /usr/local/adm

-- zipping the file in the current directory itself
tar cf /usr/local/adm/source.tar

-- copy from source to targer server , how to modify the based on server
scp /usr/local/adm/source.tar dest:/scratch/source.tar

target server shell:
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cd /linux/source
tar xf /usr/local/adm/source.tar
 

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