Re: File tranfer size maximum
From: Rune Baggetun (rune.baggetun_at_intermedia.uib.no)
Date: Fri, 08 Aug 2003 10:24:25 +0200
Darren Tucker wrote:
> In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
> Rune Baggetun <email@example.com> wrote:
>>I am using openssh and have problems tranfering 'large' files to the
>>server with openssh.
>>For example a file around 500Mb aborts half the way through the tranfer.
> Check your account limits (run ulimit -a and look for "file size").
> Scp should be able to handle files up to 2GB if compiled without large
> file support, and *really* big ones with it.
It works now, but I have still problem with Mandrake backup that aborts
when using ssh (scp), which works fine when using ftp.
I ahve also messed around with trying to scrip a backup routine. This is
my ftp script that did my previous backup routine. How can I translate
this to scp. Any ideas or pointers ?
echo "Starting backup job of /home/peter"
tar -cvf - --exclude "/home/peter/backup" /home/* | gzip -9c >
ftp -n << _FINISH
user peter password