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Archiving a whole public FTP host/mirror is easy:
 
Archiving a whole public FTP host/mirror is easy:
 
  SketchCow> I use wget -r -l 0 -np -nc ftp://ftp.underscorporn.com
 
  SketchCow> I use wget -r -l 0 -np -nc ftp://ftp.underscorporn.com
Now zip/tar it up and send to the spacious Internet Archive![https://archive.org/details/ftpsites] (If you're short on space: <code>tar --remove-files</code> deletes the files shortly after adding them to the tar, not waiting for it to be complete, unlike <code>zip -rm</code>.)
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Now zip/tar it up and [[Internet_Archive#Uploading_to_archive.org|send to the spacious Internet Archive]]![https://archive.org/details/ftpsites] (If you're short on space: <code>tar --remove-files</code> deletes the files shortly after adding them to the tar, not waiting for it to be complete, unlike <code>zip -rm</code>.)
  
 
[[Category:Web applications]]
 
[[Category:Web applications]]

Revision as of 09:37, 20 January 2014

Archiving a whole public FTP host/mirror is easy:

SketchCow> I use wget -r -l 0 -np -nc ftp://ftp.underscorporn.com

Now zip/tar it up and send to the spacious Internet Archive![1] (If you're short on space: tar --remove-files deletes the files shortly after adding them to the tar, not waiting for it to be complete, unlike zip -rm.)