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Shell Script to copy huge files from server to server

I want to make shell script to copy files of 40 gb in size from solaris server to linux server ? Can anyone tell me the best way to make a script . Am new to shell script . help me
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Copy data from a remote Linux box to my Windows desktop

I use Putty to login to the remote server and then set the environment and change the path to a particular directory. Now from this dir, I need to copy a folder to my desktop which is Windows? How ...
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How to retrieve files to local machine when logged in to SSH?

I know that you can grab files with scp like this: scp user@remote_machine:/path/to/source /path/to/destination However, I'd like to know if there is an easier way to do this, when I'm already ...
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How to copy from 1 computer to another computer with Linux shell commands?

I want to copy a file (home/remote_computer_user/Desktop/test1.txt) from my remote office computer (a permanent URL + open port) to my home computer (home/home_computer_user/Downloads/). How can I do ...
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how to copy a file from linux to windows with scp command?

I would like copy a backup file from image vmware linux to windows but i don't know how to process it ? i tried : scp /source/backup.tar.gz admin@x.x.x.x:/c:\ProgrammefilesC:\Documentsand ...
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Can I make scp ask before overwriting an existing file?

Is there a possibility (man scp didn't reveal any) to make scp interactive like cp -i? That is, scp asks, if the target exists, if it may overwrite it? If yes, does it work locally and remote? If ...
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Is there a way to tell if a file is done copying?

The scenario is this: Machine A has files I want to copy to Machine C. Machine A can't access C directly, but can access Machine B that can access Machine C. I am using scp to copy from Machine A to ...
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Homeserver for the command “scp user@server:file localhost@server:mycomp/”?

Problem: to get the cammond "scp file user@server:" (source) work vice versa. I need a server on my local machine so I can copy files to-and-fro like: ROOT+SERVER+FILE <---- Commands? ...
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Information to the snippet: “scp user@hostb:file user@hostc:”

Suppose you have root access in an unknown server. You want to copy a file from the server to your local machine. Source of the snippet in the title. Challenge: copy to a file from the unknown ...