Laszlo Nagy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> Ivan Voras írta:
>> Nagy László Zsolt wrote:
>>> I need to copy,move and delete files across two machines. They are
>>> located far away from each other. I have other FreeBSD machines and
>>> we were using SSH2 for this kind of task. Under windows, I could
>>> not find the right software. This is an automated task, and it is
>>> not complicated: copy/move all files from one computer to
>>> another. I was using putty and plink/pscp but it is not reliable. I
>>> could not start them from a win32 service. I could run them from a
>>> scheduled program but sometimes they freeze and then I have to kill
>>> and restart the whole thing. I'm looking for a more reliable tool
>>> that can do SCP in batch mode. Do you have any suggestions?
>> Have you tried cygwin?
> Thanks, this is the first I'll try. Since I was using pscp, it will be
> the less pain to use "scp" from "openssh for windows". I hope it will work.
Cygwin also seems to include rsync; running that over ssh will be a
lot easier in the long run.
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