Thanks for taking a look at my code. I thought that the -e enabled lftp to delete files. If I remove the --newer-than what option should I use and where should I put it to delete files on the target side when not on the remote side?
Thanks again for your time. On May 16, 2016 11:33 PM, "Alexander Lukyanov" <lavv...@gmail.com> wrote: > Also --newer-than limits the file sets on the target side too, so older > files won't be deleted. > > вт, 17 мая 2016, 9:31 Alexander Lukyanov <lavv...@gmail.com>: > >> I don't see the --delete option in your command line. >> >> пн, 16 мая 2016, 19:30 Steven Dennis <nzdreame...@gmail.com>: >> >>> Hello everyone, >>> >>> I am trying get lftp to make my local folders match my remote folder. >>> When I delete a file/folder on the remote I want lftp to remove it on the >>> local as well. The man page says I can use the -e or --delete or >>> --delete-first >>> >>> This is what I have been using and am not sure why it isn't deleting >>> local files and folders that have been removed from the remote site. >>> >>> lftp -u user,pass -e "set sftp:connect-program 'ssh -a -x -T -c arcfour >>> -o Compression=no'; mirror -v -c --newer-than=now-4hours --loop >>> --use-pget-n=3 /home/user/finished/TV /home/pi/usrmnt/Target/; quit" >>> sftp://XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:XXX >>> >>> Any help is greatly appreciated. >>> >>> Thanks >>> >>> Steve >>> _______________________________________________ >>> lftp mailing list >>> firstname.lastname@example.org >>> http://univ.uniyar.ac.ru/mailman/listinfo/lftp >>> >>
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