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November 4, 2003, 3:21 am
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manner similar to that used by ftp?
My understanding is that ftp provides a "site" command that can be
used for implementation specific commands.
I'm interested in doing something similar with an sftp (ssh2)
implementation. For example, we might provide an implementation
specific command that sets a codepage mapping to be applied to
subsequent transfers. Or we might provide something stateless like a
command to act on files in place on the server (zip the file, encrypt
it) without transferring them first.
I'm sure much of this could be done with ssh (rlogin functionality)
but I'm specifically interested in knowing if sftp supports this
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