[Israel.pm] web-based script

Tal Kelrich tal at musicgenome.com
Tue Aug 31 05:03:30 PDT 2004


On Tue, 31 Aug 2004 14:34:39 +0300 (IDT)
"Yuval Yaari" <yuval at windax.com> wrote:

> >  	* chmod the file on server B as it should be
> >  	DONE
> 
> Rsync runs over SSH, and can be used with SSH keys.
> That means you can sync the directory, run scripts, chmod, etc.
> I wrote a backup script for my former company that backs things up
> over SSH using rsync and also chmods stuff.
> 

Save yourself a step, use rsync -p

> [2] this is tricky: For some security reason, server B
> doesn't accept logins from anywhere but server C, so server
> C must first be contacted. Then one needs to login to server
> B. Moreover, server B doesn't accept any sftp calls, so one
> must sftp from B to any other server to get files. Server C
> doesn't have enough quota to relay the file, so server A
> must be also used...

Can't you just tunnel your sftp connection via server C?

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