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Copy files remotely using multiple streams
Avoid traffic shaping of individual TCP streams by copying over multiple
Install the script into the path on both the local and remote computer.
This is currently only supports downloading files.
Note that _splitcpy_ requires _sshpass_ if sites are
being accessed that require an ssh password.
$ splitcpy.py -h
usage: splitcpy.py [user]@host:path [path]
splitcpy.py [user]@host:path [...] [dir]
Copy a remote file using multiple SSH streams.
path filename, with optional path
dir directory name (file name taken from source path)
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-s n,i,l (internal use only) Generate file interleave of 'l' bytes for
the 'i'th slice out of 'n'
-f (internal use only) Output far-side wildcard information
-p port ssh port to use (if not the default)
-n num number of parallel slices to run (default=10)
-b bytes chunk size for slices (default=10,000)
The source file is remote. Remote files are specified as e.g.
[user@]host:path. 'splitcpy' must be installed on both the local and remote
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