[ale] Good tool for transferring directory tree to ftp?

Michael Still stillwaxin at gmail.com
Thu Apr 20 15:17:47 EDT 2006

I would use rsync (over ssh if needed) for this.

On 4/20/06, Ben Coleman <oloryn at benshome.net> wrote:
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> I've probably blanked on something obvious here, but what's a good tool for
> transferring a directory tree from the local hard drive to an ftp site?  As
> in, I want to maintain a yum repository locally and push the whole thing up to
> a web site via ftp when I make changes.  Googling for ftp mirroring software
> produces lots of software for going the other way - pulling a remote directory
> tree onto the local hard disk - but so far I haven't found something good for
> local-to-remote.  What am I missing?
> Ben
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