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Before FTP, I want to see mount point and free space of remote box

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Hi,
I am working in very simple script in which i am transfering couple of files from source machine to target. For that I am using ftp in Sun-Solaris. I want to know free space availabe in target machine before transfering these files.
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Question by:Devinder Singh Virdi
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ftp -v -n server.ip << EOF | awk '{print "filesystem: "$1, " Available: "$4}'
! df -k
bye
EOF

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before you ftp, you may run a remote command via ssh:

ssh user@remotesys "df -k"

then you may capture the out put and based on results, ftp to transfer files.
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by:Devinder Singh Virdi
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Hi Omarfarid,
Is there any way that system should not ask for password again and again, because i have to use this statement in loop. Sorry I am not Unix person.
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