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copy_a_directory_recursively_using_scp [2016/06/09 13:46]
Joel Dare
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 You can use the * wildcard as your local path to copy the current directory and everything below it. You can use the * wildcard as your local path to copy the current directory and everything below it.
  
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 You can also use the rsync command to copy files in a similar manner. ​ rsync has a few more options and the advantage that it only copies changed files. You can also use the rsync command to copy files in a similar manner. ​ rsync has a few more options and the advantage that it only copies changed files.
  
   rsync -a [/​local/​path/​] [user@host]:​[remote/​path/​]   rsync -a [/​local/​path/​] [user@host]:​[remote/​path/​]
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