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# 8  
Old 11-15-2007
You could pipe in the "cp" command as stdin to the ssh command rather than have it on the command line.

Code:
/usr/local/bin/ssh prtyu@shrif.sundo.com <<EOF 
cp -R "/bp01/secftp/samsun/prfile/FTP/REFUND_RESTATEMENT_REPORTS/poirty/Production/Internal/mail rpt" /bp01/secftp/samsun/prfile/FTP/REFUND_RESTATEMENT_REPORTS/poirty/Production/Internal/Archive/
EOF

# 9  
Old 11-15-2007
Have you mispelt "priority"?
# 10  
Old 11-16-2007
thanks for that...i will cross check priority

Could you please tell how to pipe cp with sh

another thing if i am not providing enough sleep it is exiting

thanks again
sam

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Originally Posted by porter
Have you mispelt "priority"?
# 11  
Old 11-16-2007
Quote:
Originally Posted by sam99
Could you please tell how to pipe cp with sh
I did, that is the example with <<EOF ... EOF

Quote:
Originally Posted by sam99
another thing if i am not providing enough sleep it is exiting
No, you shouldn't have to do *any* sleeping. As a general rule if you are doing comms code and you have to have sleeps you have got something wrong(1). Telnet or ssh or rcmd or rsh should not return control until the command at the far end has completed. If you pipe in a thousand commands, they will sit in the pipe line and be diligently executed one at a time in sequence unless you do something fancy with jobs or "&".

1. I'm not talking about retry timeouts at lower protocols.
# 12  
Old 11-16-2007
please find below the script...
it is not echoing scp_cmd2 and logging out without sleep.....

dir_path=""/bp01/secftp/samsun/prfile/FTP/REFUND_RESTATEMENT_REPORTS/poirty/Production/Internal";

scp_cmd1="/usr/local/bin/ssh -v pushme@bridge.wellpoint.com << EOF"
scp_cmd2="cp -R "$dir_path/mail rpt" $dir_path/Archive"
scp_cmd3="EOF"

echo open $Infahost
sleep 1
echo $Infaftplogin
sleep 1
echo $Infaftppasswd
sleep 1
echo $scp_cmd1
sleep 5
echo $scp_cmd2
sleep 5
echo $scp_cmd3
sleep 5


thanks,
Sam

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