I need to move all the files from current_path to current_path/DestinationFolder.
The version of SFTP I'm using is: SFTP protocol version 2
The available commands are:
sftp> help Available commands: cd path Change remote directory to 'path' lcd path Change local directory to 'path' chgrp grp path Change group of file 'path' to 'grp' chmod mode path Change permissions of file 'path' to 'mode' chown own path Change owner of file 'path' to 'own' help Display this help text get remote-path [local-path] Download file lls [ls-options [path]] Display local directory listing ln oldpath newpath Symlink remote file lmkdir path Create local directory lpwd Print local working directory ls [path] Display remote directory listing lumask umask Set local umask to 'umask' mkdir path Create remote directory put local-path [remote-path] Upload file pwd Display remote working directory exit Quit sftp quit Quit sftp rename oldpath newpath Rename remote file rmdir path Remove remote directory rm path Delete remote file symlink oldpath newpath Symlink remote file version Show SFTP version !command Execute 'command' in local shell ! Escape to local shell ? Synonym for help
I don't have mv command. I tried RNFT and didn't work.
Now, I can use rename:
rename current_path/myFile.txt current_path/DestinationFolder/myFile.txt
and it's OK. But I need to move all (or many) of the files. The following didn't work:
rename current_path/* current_path/DestinationFolder/ Couldn't rename file "current_path/*" to "current_path/DestinationFolder/": Bad message
Don't have access through SSH so I can't do things like echo "ssh login@server mv * current_path/DestinationFolder/"
I shouldn't mess with this server this is: no scripts, no activities, etc. I'm very limited.
Could you recommend me a way to solve this, please??
NOTE: this is in SOLARIS.