Uploading Files via SCP to a Linux CVM from Linux

Last updated: 2020-05-29 09:30:46

    Introduction

    The document uses CVMs with CentOS 7.6 as an example to describe how to upload and download files via SCP.

    Prerequisites

    You have purchased a Linux CVM.

    Directions

    Obtaining a public IP

    Log in to CVM Console, navigate to the instance list page, and record the public IP of the CVM to which you want to upload files as shown below:

    Uploading a file

    1. Execute the following command on a computer with the Linux OS to upload files to the Linux CVM.
      scp local file address CVM account@CVM instance public IP/domain name: CVM file location
      For example, if you want to upload the local file /home/lnmp0.4.tar.gz to the corresponding directory of the CVM whose public IP is 129.20.0.2, please execute the following command:
      scp /home/Inmp0.4.tar.gz root@129.20.0.2:/home/Inmp0.4.tar.gz
    2. Enter yes and press Enter to confirm the upload and enter the login password to complete the upload.

    Downloading a file

    1. Execute the following command on a computer with the Linux OS to download files from the Linux CVM.
      scp CVM account@CVM instance public IP/domain name: CVM file location local file address   
      For example, if you want to download the file /home/lnmp0.4.tar.gz from the CVM whose public IP is 129.20.0.2 to the corresponding local directory, please execute the following command:
      scp root@129.20.0.2:/home/Inmp0.4.tar.gz /home/Inmp0.4.tar.gz

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