jean at kcco.com
Mon Nov 5 10:15:01 CST 2001
On Sat, 3 Nov 2001 16:55:47 -0600
"Martin Maney" <maney at pobox.com> wrote:
> Or perhaps more usefully, $100 worth of IDE drive. In retrospect, I
Agreed. $100 to insure data that is probably worth an order or two of
magnitude more. Money that would likely be very well spent indeed.
> We've also overlooked non-FTP methods of transferring it, haven't we?
> anyone? tar through a network pipe using netcat? HTTP?
or rsync (though in these times the more encrypted traffic there is the
better, therefor I'm partial to scp for many such things. rsync however
is perfect for some situations where scp is simply too tedious ... e.g.
any situation in which a directory tree to be replicated includes symbolic
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