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If you really need a quick way to transfer files, and both systems are Linux-based, you can try UDR. This is really a form of rsync-over-UDP (using the open-source UDT framework) and is particularly handy for moving large numbers of files or transferring over high-bandwidth or high-latency links. In addition, encryption is disabled by default, so the ...


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If used in daemon mode without encryption, rsync can efficiently transfer large amount of small files. Give it another try using it in daemon mode.


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In Windows 7 there is a ssh.exe Here is what worked for me: 1. create identity (on windows) c:\>ssh-keygen That created an identity file in the home directory. I changed the name of the public key to "id_rsa" 2. copy the file to the target linux system using the ssh Credits to http://serverfault.com/users/984/zoredache for his answer c:\>ssh ...



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