On Tue, March 11, 2008 16:27, Michael Ross wrote: > Michaël Grünewald schrieb: >> Hi, >> >> I am looking for a program able to make a remote FTP site look like >> a >> copy of a local dir. I feel as if I were dunce-cap-awards(R) >> nominated, >> but I really did not find one! >> >> In ports/ftp many programs say they do the reverse, and a few say >> they >> ``mirror'' without more explanation. I gave a tried to mirror, >> ftpmirror >> and ftpsync (among others), all of them broke or failed to be >> useful. >> >> >> I need this to publish a web site on a space allocated to me by my >> ISP, >> I am writing a script that automates publication, and at the very >> end, I >> noticed the key-piece was missing! > > I usually do it with lftp, in a script like: > > [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]$ cat work/websites/foobar/lftp.upload > #!/usr/local/bin/lftp -f > debug 3; > > set dns:fatal-timeout 30; > > set ftp:ssl-allow true; > > open -u username,password host; > > put upload/updating.php -o /index.php || exit 1 > > mirror --verbose=1 --parallel=1 --delete --reverse \ > --exclude ".htaccess" --exclude ".htpasswd" \ > --exclude "index.php" --exclude "updating.php" \ > upload / || exit 1 > > put upload/index.php -o /index.php || exit 1 > > > Then I'll call ./lftp.upload and be done. > > > Michael > _______________________________________________ > firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list > http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions > To unsubscribe, send any mail to > "[EMAIL PROTECTED]" >
I'd support this suggestion as well. Using lftp (from the ports tree) requires nothing more that an FTP server at the remote end (i.e. the ISP). It can "mirror" in both directions, i.e. client -> server and server -> client. -- Kelvin _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"