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howtos:general_admin:files_filesystem_copying_over_network [2013/02/10 16:59 (UTC)]
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   *  -v: verbose output   *  -v: verbose output
  
-In the example above we copy the ''/​etc''​ directory located on a remote host (the old server: 192.168.0.1) to the ''/​local_dir''​ on the local host ("​new"​ server). ​+In the example above we copy the ''/​etc''​ directory located on a remote host (the old server: 192.168.0.1) to ''/​local_dir''​ on the local host ("​new"​ server). ​
  
 Please note that the ''​scp''​ command cannot copy the whole file system hierarchy including ''/​proc'',​ ''/​dev''​ or ''/​lost+found''​. Fortunately,​ there is a workaround which was [[http://​www.linuxquestions.org/​questions/​slackware-14/​copy-whole-filesystem-via-scp-4175449321/#​post4887869|provided]] by Patrick Volkerding. Please note that the ''​scp''​ command cannot copy the whole file system hierarchy including ''/​proc'',​ ''/​dev''​ or ''/​lost+found''​. Fortunately,​ there is a workaround which was [[http://​www.linuxquestions.org/​questions/​slackware-14/​copy-whole-filesystem-via-scp-4175449321/#​post4887869|provided]] by Patrick Volkerding.

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