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hi all
i need to transfer files from one server to another,but i have to make up a backup with a datestamp on the destination server beore i move the new files from the source to the destination server.

example
source server destination server
a.sun a.sun

b.sun b.sun

d.sun c.sun
IN THE above example i need the files on the destination server to be afetr back up
a.sun datestamp
b.sun datestamp
c.sun datestamp
and then move the files frm the source server to the destination server
so the end result looks as follows
onn the destination server
back up maps :a.sun datestamp
b.sun datestamp
c.sun datestamp
new maps : a.sun
b.sun
d.sun

thank you all
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qenable(8B)								PBS							       qenable(8B)

NAME
qenable - enable input to a pbs destination SYNOPSIS
qenable destination ... DESCRIPTION
The qenable command directs that a destination should accept batch jobs. The qenable command sends a Manage request to the batch server specified by destination. If the command is accepted, the destination will accept Queue Job requests which specified the queue. In order to execute qenable, the user must have PBS Operation or Manager privilege. OPERANDS
The qenable command accepts one or more destination operands. The operands are one of three forms: queue @server queue@server If queue is specified, the request is to enable that queue at the default server. If the @server form is given, the request is to enable all the queues at that server. If a full destination identifier, queue@server, is given, the request is to enable the named queue at the named server. STANDARD ERROR
The qenable command will write a diagnostic message to standard error for each error occurrence. EXIT STATUS
Upon successful processing of all the operands presented to the qenable command, the exit status will be a value of zero. If the qenable command fails to process any operand, the command exits with a value greater than zero. SEE ALSO
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