02-24-2005 10:15 PM
$ copy/log disk0:[000000...]*.*/since=yest/mod -
02-24-2005 10:38 PM
I guess something creative could be dine with selecting a set of files with DIR and
Purely Personal Opinion
02-24-2005 11:40 PM
Also you must define local/remote_host on tcp/ip hosts records and include in remote_host a proxy record (if it uses TCP/IP on VMS) including local_host and local/remote users.
02-25-2005 12:35 AM
I have done something similar. If you are limited to FTP, a three step process is used.
- Generate a directory listing to a file
- Parse and identify the relevant listed files
- execute the FTP command file generated in the previous step
I am about to run for a meeting, but if my recollection is correct, the command options for username and password exist on the relevant DCL commands (COPY/FTP and DIRECTORY/FTP) will accept the DECnet-style node specification (
I hope that the above is helpful.
- Bob Gezelter, http://www.rlgsc.com
03-03-2005 01:39 AM
Second way is using NFS. If you are using script that copies important files from one node to another, you can export directory on one system and mount it on another. You can work with NFS mounted disk like it is your local disk.