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can u upload a file to the server using SSH?
I have about 15GB of songs, i put them in a folder C:\songs i want to upload all those songs to the server.
It's a LINUX, i know i can use FTP, but it may take one month to finish, bad connexion.
any commands in SSH to upload all those songs one time to the server...?
Many Thanks for your help
You can always use SFTP with filezilla
SFTP (Which is what WinSCP and filezilla use) won't be any faster than FTP and probably aren't any more tolerant of a bad connection - I'm not sure how the protocols compare for packetloss / timeouts. However, they are more secure so should be used. I personally use WinSCP.
I'm with RBBOT on this... SCP isn't going to effect the slowness/reliability issues for the better for you. If anything it will go slower.
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However from a security perspective -- FTP is a cleartext protocol after all -- SCP is far superior.
You can do this with SecureCRT, can't recall the command right now though.
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