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sftp file size limit

There seem to be a file size limit for sftp transfer from the command line, if I try to download a 20 MB file it stops at 20% when the transfered data is larger than 4 MB: /myfile.xml ...
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Why can't my apache open stream? [closed]

I'm trying to copy and unlink files on my apache server. I'm trying to doing this about 1 hour ago. I can't imagine what's the problem. This is my source: if ...
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Which files are deleted by Disk Cleanup's Temporary Files handler

Windows Disk Cleanup offers a Temporary Files handler which seems to delete some files from C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local\Temp, but not all. People around the place have indicated that it won't ...
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How to delete .fuse_hidden* files?

I have small Linux server (Debian Squeeze) which runs a Samba server which is configured to share some folders with some windows machines. While trying to delete one of the directories from windows I ...
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Upload file to nginx server through php/html form

I think this is very popular question, however I can't find information I interested in, hope you help me. I new to server administration things, so don't throw stones at me:) I install nginx to my ...
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How to read a keyword from a txt file in zabbix

I want to know is there are any solution for my to read the word "Error" from a txt file on solaris and Alert me where the Error is found. I tried to create a item of type zabbix agent active but it ...
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Copy files from one server to another with same permissions

Im migrating to new server and i need to move few websites but i need to have same read/write permissions to new serves as they were on old server. I don't need to keep group and owner id's same but ...
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Multiple VirtualHosts files for subdomains in apache2

I'm new with apache2 and virtualHosts and all these things, I'm trying to set multiple subdomains, each in one file. For example, I'll have quentin-dommerc.com file in site-available : ...
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/tmp was 1.8Gb; removing files older than 8 days has deleted only ~300mb.. what's using so much space?

I'm running a webserver on CentOS. Today I couldn't run any SQL queries. Upon investigation, error 28, my /tmp directory couldn't be written to. I ran du /tmp and it was 1.8Gb. I then ran find /tmp ...
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SBS 2008 Redirection visibility issues - want to move off SBS 2008

I inherited an SBS2008 server which had a corrupt or otherwise lost userid which was used to setup redirects, etc. I was able to break in by enabling the Administrator ID and resetting the password. ...
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rsync synchronizing files only without creating folders on destination

Is it possible with rsync to not create directories on destination? MY SOURCE: a/ a/x.txt b/ b/y.txt b/c/g.txt MY WANTED DESTINATION: d/x.txt d/y.txt d/g.txt Is there any way to do this with ...
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make backup of file when user run rm -f [closed]

Here is the scenario; I need to authorize a user to do activity in /opt/dev-folder/. Developer makes frequent changes in file, some time they replaced or remove original file. I have assigned ...
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IE: Cannot disable Settings button under Browsing history via group policy

Windows XP Pro SP3, IE8 (8.0.6001.18702), within local gpedit.msc I did the below: User Config/Admin Temp/Windows Comp/IE enabled: disable changing temporary internet file settings User ...
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Find and group all unique versions of a file

I have a convoluted directory structure where there are many copies of foo.txt. I'd like to find all copies of this file and group them by their diff result, i.e. [type 1] /bar2/sub1/foo.txt ...
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How can I get information about a file or folder on a Linux system?

I need to get detailed information of certain file or folder, such as chmod, changed date, which user. How can I do this?
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How to get information of last created files on server

I want to get list of created files and folders after certain date in whole server, is it possible and how can i do?
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SSH: connect with public key avoiding passphrase prompt

root@myhost:/# ssh -i /opt/id_rsa.pub azureuser@myhost2.cloudapp.net Enter passphrase for key '/opt/id_rsa.pub': azureuser@myhost2.cloudapp.net's password: I have created key pair without ...
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What would cause binary files to automatically delete after remote copy from Windows Server 2008?

We have a Windows Server 2008 machine where we publish our asp.net web site. Recently, we noticed odd problems with the site after publishing, and traced it down to the \bin directory of the website ...
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Rsync show progress for individual file

I'm using rsync to upload/download a pretty large file (20Gb). I'm aware of --progress option, but what it does in my case is just showing me the result at the end. My problem is that during some ...
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IIS7 - how to configure server to serve large (GBs) files?

I wanted to download some backups (about 4..5Gb in size) via HTTP and was surprised that IIS7 didn't allowed me to do so. The attempt was seemingly blocked - got a 404 page. Where should I go in the ...
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Linux Shell - How to copy directory without symlink

I would like to get everything inside one directory. How can I copy entire directory (that originally contains files and symlinks) to a new directory that should contains all files but no symlink?? ...
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Bad WAN Transfer Speed (Windows Server 2008 R2)

We have two servers in different data centers which are geographically separated by several hundred miles. The RTT (round trip time) for a ping between them is 61ms over our VPN. Both servers are on a ...
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How to quickly remove hundreds of thousands of files? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Doing an rm -rf on a massive directory tree takes hours I'm running a simulation program on a computing cluster (Scientific Linux) that generates hundreds of thousands ...
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finding files that match a precise size: a multiple of 4096 bytes [duplicate]

I have several drupal sites running on my local machine with WAMP installed (apache 2.2.17, php 5.3.4, and mysql 5.1.53). Whenever I try to visit the administrative page, the php process seems to ...
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Windows Server 2008 R2 Finding Hidden files that are causing drive to fill up

What is the best way to find out what files are sucking up so much space? My Windows directory lists its size as 15 GB but when I run a powershell script against it, it shows 40 GB. It seems 40 GB ...
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File movement monitoring and alerts

We have applications that integrates to other applications through files exchanging. We needed to be able to be notified on the following situations: Files are accumulating on a certain folder, ...
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Secure file downloads on IIS 8 (mod_auth_token or similar)

I'm trying to set up secure file downloads (for example, where a temporary link can be generated to download a file instead of using obscure URLs, which can be insecure). Something like mod_auth_token ...
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arrays in puppet

I'm wondering how to solve the following puppet problem: I want to create several files based on an array of strings. The complication is that I want to create multiple directories with the files: ...
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Is there a way for tar to check for new files not in an archive?

Is there a way to for the tar command to check for new files that are not already in the archive, or those that have been deleted (for good measure)?
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Pushing Large Files to 500+ Computers

I work with a team to manage 500-600 rented Windows 7 computers for an annual conference. We have a large amount of data that needs to be synced to these computers, up to 1 TiB. The computers are ...
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How can I remotely verify that a file is encrypted?

Is there any way to remotely verify that a file is encrypted? I have a very complex problem, but here's a simplified scenario that illustrates the point: I have a server that generates very large ...
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BYOD (accessing files) on a domain without joining?

I run a Samba 4 instance at a small private school. This makes a regular Linux server appear as a directory controller. There are two relevant benefits to this: I have a Samba share for people's ...
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Force Close a file not a process

I want to write a script that forces closed a specific file and then copies it from one server to another. To manually do this I would use Administrative Tools --> Computer Management --> Shared ...
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Merge folders on different drives in linux?

I would like to merge the contents of two folders with the same same, from the linux terminal. Drive 1\Folder Drive 2\Folder I want all files and sub-files in drive 1's folder to go to drive 2's ...
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Linux: don't use file system cache under a directory

For a PHP website I'm monitoring, I need to see what files are being used each time the browser makes a request. I thought of using find . -type f -amin 1. With that I get all files which were read ...
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Files copying between servers by creation time

My bash scripting knowledge is very weak that's why I'm asking help here. What is the most effective bash script according to performance to find and copy files from one LINUX server to another using ...
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tracking down what files are causing io activity in iostat

Using iostat -Nkx 1 I can see that I am getting regular IO on a volume group. What I'm trying to do is find a way to link that IO to a file/pipe/whatever to see what process is creating this IO and ...
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Deleting Temporary Internet Files through Group Policy

I have a domain controller running on Windows 2008 Server R2 and users login to application servers on which Windows 2003 Server SP2 is installed. I have applied a Group Policy to clean temporary ...
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Fox Pro Database File Locked by Shadow Copy?

I'm using Process Explorer to determine what process has a lock on a particular Fox Pro Database file in windows. It's telling me that System has a lock on it. When I go to kill the "System" ...
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Find files/folders that are filling up disk space [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I determine what is taking up so much space? I just had an old server go belly up because it ran out of drive space. I am logged in to the shell, and I'm trying ...
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How to access data in different userhomes from a single non-root user

I have Owncloud on my server running, and it saves uploaded files unter /home/uid/files. But Apache is running as a non-root user, and it can't access(write) the files under /home/uid/files. What is ...
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File system cache / drop cache(debian)

if i play those command : sync echo 3 > /proc/sys/vm/drop_caches Will the server be force to read the correct file on disk until i put 0 again ? Or this work only one time, and if i want to ...
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Robocopy MINAGE and MAXAGE

What attribute dose Robocopy look at when applying those flags? data created or updated? If I a group of files is created and later one of them is updated if I run Robocopy with a later date range ...
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What are these zero-length files created by Apache in the tmp directory?

Any ideas on why apache (httpd) creates these files in /tmp? I'm on Redhat 5.5 and Apache 2.2, mpm-prefork. -rw-------. 1 apache apache 0 Aug 14 12:46 filec1puD5 -rw-------. 1 apache apache ...
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Why does getfattr not display anything for a file that has the extended attribute bit set?

I've got a Nagios XI install running on CentOS 6.2, and want to modify the backup script. I noticed that the extended attribute bit is set for this shell script, so I want to be sure not to mess ...
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Why is ACL not working correctly with this setup?

I am running Arch Linux on my laptop as a development machine, and I need to grant the users group RW privileges to the folder: /srv/http and all files and folders under it. I made sure that ACL is ...
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Windows 7 Clients are Locking Files

Since introducing Windows 7, we have a strange problem with locked files. We have a VB6 Program stored on a server. Clients open the program from the share, and work with it all day. When we had ...
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What are these tmp directories for? And IF can they be eliminated, HOW?

I should have included the fact that none of these files are visible from Windows Explorer, and only show when looking for *.tmp at the command line. AND they don't seem to be possible to delete. I ...
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Weird 0 byte files in root

In the root of several of our old CentOS machines (CentOS release 5.8 (Final)) In the root of the ext3 file system I see the following: I've removed some of these, but they seem to continue coming ...
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Apache Hide Specific File Types from Web

I have a repository of files with .php, .sh, and .txt extensions which gets checked out to the web directory of my server (/var/www). I need the .php files to be able to be reached by typing in a url ...