On 06/12/2016 05:21 PM, J Martin Rushton wrote: > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- > Hash: SHA1 > > $ scp svr2:/path/to/source svr1:/path/to/dest > > You'll get twice the network traffic since the copy is running on your > workstattoin (or whatever). > > On 12/06/16 15:40, H wrote: >> I normally use ssh to log into a remote server, change directory >> and then use scp from there to copy files from another remote >> server to the first one. >> >> Now the first server has been hit by continuous error correction >> messages from the ECC controller, all of which are corrected, and I >> am unable to get a command line to issue the required commands to >> change directory and then run scp from the other server. I have no >> problems, however, getting into the first server - except for being >> drowned by the error correction messages and the server seems to be >> running "fine". >> >> Until I am able to get to the server and investigate, is it >> possible to accomplish the above on a single command line, thus >> avoiding seeing the error messages? I should add that both the >> first and second server are set up to accept keys and not passwords >> so at least I don't have to worry about that. >> >> Thank you. _______________________________________________ CentOS >> mailing list CentOS at centos.org >> https://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- > Version: GnuPG v2.0.22 (GNU/Linux) > > iQIcBAEBAgAGBQJXXX3oAAoJEAF3yXsqtyBldm0P/is4q1B5MvjMdFkpLWEAXY1k > 0r4Hcn3L+kVUgDieWZYVgkHLjrdNgTZ1WpYFEuq2UQY1TIDQAeoEIiS9P/RbpkGx > hjR15S+A7I6n5ScGKJgGibHgQtNb/j5wociz/x3GNEXEWITyiSjVeQMuWy1YcH4q > lUmX/ccM4/tedXhGckH6EXjkGFJyy86aXKfT35RxkXXCOjjW50PcMh+cVZub00GV > tvhqbzAsEgAJTC7BMFvMH60KACQVRHHbQL/5GAr/MfOVZsTProzi5xOLQNmc90rM > PdxUuuablL4BDgU3aWirjhnDBE8MUdRhFPpoKF0M1au7O764/TVGMxgy9ZVnCgr1 > c+lcF36ZC62YcG7c4LkRlfXU/lOXt7IQLeh3xOzK+wJz1ZkZcQbRMghLAYrDq9jj > 1HlI7yuu+Yq4nsBFMzBcOr4SpvIsZVHjfonsdUI71zlKzZKlUioRgLqPruc6ryEI > +RcFkMPjE6LpNVGrVJPUurxvplyjiZx+e3oVLa/6iKp3n4Zaw9lz5tX5piDgMKwJ > deKFUrVuA1/cgZWWFpQshYOtUZNgVb5BraIbjvLC5MYacm1/Sx0GuGOSbI+DQHM+ > LCru1Tju37OG8sAdZzg6els0NjtyIMxG8aYTUDRUqnLP2CJ2M0Mp2s8PQdet5t7O > hdMF2DrkXIwcjM46mlAz > =hQ9E > -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- > _______________________________________________ > CentOS mailing list > CentOS at centos.org > https://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos This did not work even though the same user is authenticated on both servers and I have no problems ssh'ing into either of the two servers. The message is "permission denied." Presumably some problem with being recognized on both systems?