Skip to end of metadata
Go to start of metadata

CIFS

  • For Unix you have to install a Samba server.

    • For the following example a Samba folder tmp is configured with permissions to read and write files for a user test.

  • For Windows you have to share a folder with sufficient permissions to read and write files for a user test

    • For the following example the the shared folder name is tmp.

Example 1: Copy files from localhost to Samba share using CIFS

[local_source_host]
source_protocol = local
source_dir      = /tmp/test/jade/in

[samba_target_host]
target_protocol = smb
target_host     = my.host
target_user     = test
target_password = test
target_dir      = tmp

[copy_local2samba]
include         = local_source_host,samba_target_host
operation       = copy
file_spec       = \.txt$

The profile copy_local2samba copies files with the filename extension .txt from the local folder /tmp/test/jade/in to the folder tmp where tmp is either a Windows shared folder or a Unix Samba folder.

To execute this profile from the command line type:

jade.sh -settings=name-of-your-configuration-file -profile=copy_local2samba

Example 2: Copy files from SFTP Server to Samba share using CIFS

 ...
[sftp_source_wilma.sos]
source_protocol = sftp
source_port=22
source_user=test
source_password=12345
source_ssh_auth_method=password

source_dir      = /tmp/test/jade/in

 ... 
 
[copy_sftp2samba]
include         = sftp_source_wilma.sos,samba_target_host
operation       = copy
file_spec       = \.txt$


The profile copy_local2samba copies files with the filename extension.txt from the SFTP server wilma.sos and folder /tmp/test/jade/in to the folder tmp where tmp is either a Windows shared folder or a Unix samba folder.

To execute this profile from the command line type:

jade.sh -settings=name-of-your-configuration-file -profile=copy_sftp2samba
Write a comment…