I really hope someone could help me with this problem. I've been stuck on this for a month!!
I am using the sftp command to upload files using a bash script. I use a command such as this:
Simple enough right? The problem is that it is extremely slow to do it this way... as many of you would know if you have shared server somewhere. I would use scp if remote server supported it, but it doesn't.Code:sftp -C -B $BUFFER -R $REQUESTS -oPort=$PORT $USER@$HOST:$PATH <<EOF mput $1 EOF
Anyway, If any of you have ever used FileZilla, in the Settings, if you go to "Transfers" there is a place where you can set the number of "maximum simultaneous transfers". This feature works wonders with SFTP (and FTP too). It really speeds things up. How do I accomplish this same thing with the sftp command... because I don't want to use a GUI. I don't even mind using FileZilla through the command line if possible... but it does not seem to be possible.
Please help, I've been stuck on this for a month!!! I've searched everywhere and tried a lot of things with no avail...