Copy files from A to B within your remote server
Copy files from one location to another within a single Pydio Cells instance. To copy files from the client machine to your server (and vice versa), rather see the './cec scp' command.
Since version 2, we only support the '' wild char as a standalone token of the source path, that is:
- './cec cp common-files/test/ common-files/target' is legit and will copy
all files and folder found in test folder on your server to the target folder
- './cec cp common-files/test/.jpg ...' or './cec cp common-files/test/ima ...'
will not work as some might expect: the system looks for a single file named respectively '.jpg' or 'ima' and will probably fail to find it (unless if a file with this name exists on your server...)
# Copy file "test.txt" from workspace root inside target "folder-a": ./cec cp common-files/test.txt common-files/folder-a
# Copy a file from a workspace to another: ./cec cp common-files/test.txt personal-files/folder-b
# Copy the full content of a folder inside another ./cec cp common-files/test/* common-files/folder-c
./cec cp [flags]
-h, --help help for cp
Options inherited from parent commands
--config string Location of Cells Client's config files, usually /home/teamcity/.config/pydio/cells-client --login string The user login, for Client auth only --no_cache Force token refresh at each call. This might slow down scripts with many calls --password string The user password, for Client auth only --skip_keyring Explicitly tell the tool to *NOT* try to use a keyring, even if present. Warning: sensitive information will be stored in clear text --skip_verify By default the Cells Client verifies the validity of TLS certificates for each communication. This option skips TLS certificate verification -t, --token string A valid Personal Access Token (PAT) -u, --url string The full URL of the target server
- ./cec - Connect to a Pydio Cells server using the command line