I am trying to ftp some recording files to a remote server for backup every night. I am very confused regarding shell script. My question / problem is : I want to move the whole folder/directory ...
Every 5 minutes some new files are downloaded via lftp to a local directory. I need to upload to another ftp only the non existing files. My script so far is: #! /bin/bash today=$(date +%Y%m%d) ...
First of all: Why I'm trying this? Because we need to download some files AND rename to shorten ones with date "stamps". The remote files have really huge filenames and it's not an option to ...
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I have the following situation: users update csv/txt files on daily basis on Windows. I use those flat files as input for my Oracle scripts which is on Unix. I need help on script/method of ...
I tried to rsh a shell script from OpenVms to a Red Hat linux. It seems that it is not executed. I created the shell script in OpenVms and Ftp it to the linux. I then ls -la the folder in linux: ...
Is there a way to shebang-ify ftp and write small ftp scripts? For example: #!/usr/bin/ftp open 192.168.1.1 put *.gz quit Any thoughts?