Okay, here's one for the record books... at least for me, anyway.
I've got a tarball: home.tar.gz
I can manipulate it on the server that created it.
But when I scp it to another server...
I can see it in the directory ... it grows as it's getting built on the
Once it gets there, within a second, it disappears from the directory.
The creating server is built on: CentOS release 4.4 (Final)
The destination server is built on: CentOS release 4.4 (Final)
Both of the above are direct pastes from /etc/redhat-release.
When I scp it to my Mandrake desktop it DOES NOT disappear.
however when I move it from there to the destination server it
When I untar it on my desktop, then tar it back up again, and move it to
the destination server, it disappears.
When I rename the tarball on my desktop system (to :
prakash.home.tar.gz) and move it to the destination it disappears.
When I rename it to prakash.tar.gz, and move it to the destination, it
Other tarballs move fine.
Any ideas? This one really has me stumped.
Jeff Lasman, Nobaloney Internet Services
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