A command line SCP client
A simple command line SCP client.
Store commonly used remote paths for quick access
Use regular expressions to filter files
Upload from standard input directly
pip install igloo
For igloo to work, you must have activated key authentication (i.e. you must be able to ssh into the remote machine without entering a password or passphrase).
The exhaustive list of options can be viewed with igloo --help.
Here are a few common usage patterns (note that each --option has a shorter version which can found in the help message):
Setup the default remote URL:
$ igloo --config add user@host:path/to/remote/directory
Copy two files to this remote URL:
$ igloo first.ext second.log first.ext second.log
Download the first file back:
$ igloo --remote first.ext first.ext
View the list of files in the remote directory that end in .log:
$ igloo --remote --list --expr='\.log$' second.log
Add a new remote URL corresponding to profile public:
$ igloo --config add user@host:another/directory/public public
Transfer all the files in the current directory to the remote public URL, overwriting any preexisting files:
$ igloo --profile=public --force * first.ext second.log
Download all files from the remote directory that don’t end in .log, and delete them from the remote directory afterwards:
$ igloo --remote --move --no-match --expr='\.log$' first.ext
View list of profiles:
$ igloo --config list default [user@host:path/to/remote/directory] public [user@host:another/directory/public]
Read from standard input and save remotely as hello.log
$ echo 'Hello world!' | igloo --stream hello.log hello.log
Multiple transfers concurrently (–threads=THREADS)
Interactive progress bars (change –quiet behavior)
Zip files and folders on the fly (–zip)
Tool to setup authentication
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