Another option is 7z for PASE,

Compression with 7z is much faster and is compatible with the zip format

https://www.scottklement.com/p7zip/



El jue., 15 oct. 2020 a las 21:27, Laurence Chiu (<lchiu7@xxxxxxxxx>)
escribió:

I need to transfer some 20G of text files each night to a Linuz server in a
remote location. The plan is to zip all the files up, use a Windows server
to access the Power server (on 7.3) via SSH, grab the zip file and then
SFTP to a remote location. That Linux remote location would then unzip the
files and make them ready for an ETL process into a Data warehouse.

Some of the non iSeries guys were asking if the zip file created by IBMi
would be compatible with standard zip files and I think they would be I
thought I would check here first.

Thanks for any feedback.
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