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April 1, 2004, 1:46 am
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Re: SSH scripting
Use "rsyne -e ssh -avH" where possible: rsync has some nice options to
delete extraneous files at the remote location, and has some nice checksum
utilities that tar doesn't. You can also set up an rsync service on the
remote server if you want to rely on host-based access rather than SSH for
something that lives in a specific subdirectory: tar really doesn't have
that kind of control of the remote insallation directory unless you start
setting up chroot cages.
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