Config file pull lines
Note that lines starting with # are ignored.
#Pull;protocol;Description;server;user;password;remote dir;local dest dir;optional match pattern;pull all files;delete after pull; remote archive dir;pull recursively; suffix to add; log name of this row;timestamp log
This entry will pull from server 188.8.131.52 folder /user/home/gopher all files, delete them without archiving on the server, but not recursively
Config file push lines
#Push;protocol;Dest description;server;user;password;local source dir;remote dest dir;optional match pattern;push all files;delete after push;local archive dir;push recursively;log name;timestamp log
This entry will push to server 192.168.0.2 folder ./filedrop. All files in local folder c:\work\files (but not subfolders) will be pushed and then deleted, but a local copy will be written to c:\work\archive first
Note that the user name and password fields can be empty in Ftask config file lines. If they are empty, Ftask will use values from the .netrc file (_netrc on Windows). If user name and password are specified, the netrc file will be updated with the new values.