If I want to copy a bunch of files over ssh without extra servers, it's easy enough to use the following command:
[EMAIL PROTECTED] ssh [EMAIL PROTECTED] "cd /directory/to/copy && tar -cvf - *" | tar -xf - -C .
This works without complaint. However, when I change the options passed to tar, adding gzip compression on one end and decompression on the other:
[EMAIL PROTECTED] ssh [EMAIL PROTECTED] "cd /directory/to/copy && tar -cvzf - *" | tar -xzf - -C .
I get this error message:
gzip: stdin: decompression OK, trailing garbage ignored tar: Child died with signal 13 tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors
Is my method wrong? It appears that the files transferred just fine, but I'm still curious as to what's going on. Thanks in advance to any replies.
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