Re: copy from one remote machine to another
To: Jim Horwath <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Wed, 14 Apr 2004 13:55:01 -0500
You should be able to accomplish this with two lines. Something like this
(from machine C).
ssh user1@machineA "user1@machineB:/filelist"
<jim.horwath@rcn. To: email@example.com
Subject: copy from one remote machine to another
04/13/04 02:40 PM
I have files I need to copy from one machine to another.
Because of firewall configurations, I need to first copy the
files to a third machine. Is it possible to copy files from
machineA to machineB while executing the command from
I am connected to machineC
scp user1@machineA:/filelist user1@machineB:/filelist
Is this possible, or am I living in way-out land.
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