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awarded  Tumbleweed
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asked PSAD / removed iptables block
Feb
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awarded  Commentator
Feb
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comment vnstats // stats showing large tx amount
this question serverfault.com/questions/665941/… is a follow up to this one; in case it has some relevancy
Feb
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accepted vnstats // stats showing large tx amount
Feb
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comment vnstats // stats showing large tx amount
Thanks a lot for your message, I understand a bit more what it is about
Feb
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asked vnstats // stats showing large tx amount
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awarded  Supporter
Oct
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comment Scp only a specific folder
Aight, I'll look deeper into, that will do the thing I guess
Oct
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comment Scp only a specific folder
THX! I'll look for this. Just wondering and not aware enough about other solutions, my point is to 'sync and process'; is there a more efficient way to do it better (some other tool) ?
Oct
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awarded  Scholar
Oct
13
comment Scp only a specific folder
Okay, I'm not sure to open a new question for this. But I see you there. I need to know what has just been synced in order to process the files just received each time. How can I cleanly save the rsync output somewhere ?
Oct
13
comment Scp only a specific folder
--exclude was the thing
Oct
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accepted Scp only a specific folder
Oct
13
comment Scp only a specific folder
The structure is not maintained in that case, a last in my case; all the files get downloaded in the same folder
Oct
13
comment Scp only a specific folder
Thx Eric, you put me on the way; exclude was the thing. Always end up on some slicehost's clean explanations in the end
Oct
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awarded  Student
Oct
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asked Scp only a specific folder