[Samba] file copy from share A to share B
Stijn Oude Brunink
soudebrunink at gmail.com
Wed Feb 3 08:28:41 MST 2010
But how do I issue such a command on the server?
I can access an smb share via de command line and copy from the share to my
pc and vice versa using as listed here:
http://www.faqs.org/docs/Linux-HOWTO/SMB-HOWTO.html#s8. This method does not
allow copying files from share to share as far as I know
2010/2/3 Roberto Sacchetti <roberto at siros.it>
> Hi Stijn,
> since the process is started on your pc, your pc drives the copy and
> handles data transfer.
> If you don't want the files coming across the network, you have to issue
> the copy command on the server, even remotely, if you can.
> Stijn Oude Brunink ha scritto:
>> I'm using a samba server with one harddrive with several partitions. I
>> to copy some file from one partition to the other. My pc runs on Ubuntu
>> using the file browser I can easily copy files from one partition to the
>> other. If I copy files from one samba share to the other using the file
>> browser the file will be transported over the network to my pc and then
>> to the other samba share. This is very inefficient if the files are
>> large. Is there a more efficient way of doing this?
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