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copying a file 2 connections away?

I dislike calling scp twice. I need to connect to box1 via ssh the again to boxNAME. How do i copy a file from boxNAME to my local drive? also how do i copy a file from my local drive back to ...
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Linux / mysql: is it safe to copy mysql db files with cp command from one db to another?

Most guides recommend mysqldump and simple SQL for copying one table to anoter db. How about linux shell cp? Can I just simply do cp /db1/mytable.frm /db2/mytable.frm
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Copy permissions to identical tree on linux / unix

i have a tree of files with correct permission. then i have a (filewise) identical tree (with different file contents tough) with wrong permissions. how can i transfer the permissions layout from ...
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Rsync : copying over timestamps only

Currently I have two directories A/ and B/ which are identical in every respect, with the exception of the timestamps. Therefore if I run the command : rsync --dry-run -crvv A/ B/ then all files ...
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Linux to Linux, 10 TB transfer?

I've looked at all the previous similar questions, but the answers seemed to be all over the place and no one was moving a lot of data (100 GB is different from 10 TB). I've got about ...
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Copying huge files between two remote machines - Efficiently

I have a shell script which keeps on copying huge files (2 GB to 5 GB) between remote systems. Key based authentication is used with agent-forwarding and everything works. For ex: Say the shell script ...
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What is the most efficient way to push out/publish large sets files over a network?

Here's my scenario: We have a need to push out a set of files (a 'workspace') from a source server to multiple destination servers. The files are kept under version control (SVN) so the first step is ...
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Copy a range of files in command line (ZSH/BASH)

I have a list of files with consecutive numbers as suffixes. I would like to copy only a range of these files. How can I specify a range as part of my cp command. $ls P1080272.JPG* P1080273.JPG* ...
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VMWare NIC Teaming - How to gain more than 1Gbit/s copy speed between two VMs?

I have a question about VMware and NIC Teaming. Here is my easy test scenario. I have two VMs. VM1 and VM2. I want to copy 1 big file from VM1 to VM2 because I want to see that I can gain more copy ...
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Windows ACL during explorer copy

I need to prevent the acl subtitution during folder copy and I don't know how to do. I have two repositories, the source and the destination with different acl. Users have to copy (with windows's file ...