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If one of those systems is old, there's no additional disk space, but
both are on the same subnet and both can run SSH you can use SSH+GZIP to
compress data while sending the file.
From the origin:
|cat /QSYS.LIB/MYLIB.LIB/MYSAVF.FILE | gzip -9 -c | ssh <RemoteSystem>
"cat > /home/USERID/MYSAVF.FILE.gz" If you have a PC on the same subnet
you can use WinSCP and create a connection with SCP or SFTP enabling
compression to improve performance. Then send the compressed file to the
target system. |
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RE: Sending huge file between machines on same subnet, (continued)
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