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jrk's aria2 example is incorrect. -s specifies the global connection limit; the per-host connection limit is specified with -x.
The files are automatically uncompressed when they reach the destination machine. This is a fast way to backup your server to your local computer while it's running (shutting down services is recommended).
A file named "exclude.txt" is needed at /tmp/ containing the following :
Creates a file with contents like `du -a`, only it is remote server filesystem hierarchy. Very usefull then for grep-ing without remote connection.
Require lftp and this script to work (adapt path and credentials as needed):
echo $'#!/bin/bash\n# coded by sputnick under GPL 20101007\nlftp -u user,passwd [email protected] -e "$(cat)"' > /PATH/TO/ftp-latest; chmod +x !$
I must monitorize a couple of ftp servers every morning WITHOUT a port-scanner
Instead of ftp'ing on 100 ftp servers manually to test their status I use this loop.
It might be adaptable to other services, however it may require a 'logout' string instead of 'quit'.
The file ftps.txt contains the full list of ftp servers to monitorize.
`aria2c` (from the aria2 project) allows. Change -s 4 to an arbitrary number of segments to control the number of concurrent connections. It is also possible to provide multiple URLs to the same content (potentially over multiple protocols) to download the file concurrently from multiple hosts.
connect to a remote server using ftp protocol over FUSE file system, then rsync the remote folder to a local one and then unmount the remote ftp server (FUSE FS)
it can be divided to 3 different commands and you should have curlftpfs and rsync installed