rsync -vae ssh user@host1:/tmp/dir user@host2:/tmp/

jw schultz jw at
Sat Oct 25 05:04:14 EST 2003

On Fri, Oct 24, 2003 at 10:23:08AM -0400, Darxus at wrote:
> On 10/24, pod wrote:
> > If you are able to make ssh connections from host1 to home then the method
> > outlined in
> No, sorry for omitting that information, but the two remote hosts cannot
> connect to the "home" machine (my workstation, and I doubt necessary
> connections are allowed involving any other machines).  (so ssh / nc
> port forwarding won't work either)
> > host1$ rsync --rsh ssh --rsync-path 'ssh host2 rsync' srcfile home:dstfile
> Cute.  
> So, since I'm not just missing something, any chance of support for
> rsyncing from one remote machine to another remote machine being added ?


Use ssh to set up port forwarding.  If you know not how, use
the ssh resources.

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