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By using SCP Command, File is transfered from one system to remote system. But I want to transfer whole folder from local system to remote system. So How it can be possible.

Please help me out ?

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scp -r user@remote.server:/path/to/directory/at/remote/server local_destination_dir

will do the trick. scp will follows symlinks encountered in the tree traversal.

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If it's a big directory and changes with any frequency then you might want to look at rsync which will only copy the changed files. If it's small then stick with Pawel's scp -r. – davey Apr 28 '11 at 7:13

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