'Batchput' transfers files from a local directory, matching a specified regex, to an FTP server. It is mainly for transfering "incoming" files continually to another host by being called regularly from crontab or similar. It does this safely and efficiently by using per-directory locking to avoid collisions between different batchput processes, allowing configuration of notification in case of error, and moving transferred files to a local backup location where they can be archived or deleted.
released on 17 June 2004
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