Binary copy linux
See Self-hosted Integration Runtime article for details. You can create a pipeline with the copy activity by using one of the following tools or SDKs. Select a link to go to a tutorial with step-by-step instructions to create a pipeline with a copy activity.
The following sections provide details about properties that are used to define Data Factory entities specific to file system. For a full list of sections and properties available for defining datasets, see the datasets article.
This section provides a list of properties supported by file system dataset. The following properties are supported:. For a full list of sections and properties available for defining activities, see the Pipelines article. This section provides a list of properties supported by file system source and sink. To copy data from file system, set the source type in the copy activity to FileSystemSource. The following properties are supported in the copy activity source section:.
To copy data to file system, set the sink type in the copy activity to FileSystemSink. The following properties are supported in the sink section:. This section describes the resulting behavior of the Copy operation for different combinations of recursive and copyBehavior values. For a list of data stores supported as sources and sinks by the copy activity in Azure Data Factory, see supported data stores. Our new feedback system is built on GitHub Issues.
When transferring a file in this mode, the file gets ideally converted from a format native to a source system, to a format native to a target system. WinSCP by default uses the binary transfer mode for all regular file transfers. You may also need to configure correct server-side text file format. On the contrary, when you want to force WinSCP to use the binary mode, even when editing files in a text editor, you have to use an external text editor 1 and make sure WinSCP does not force text mode for edited files.
Also make sure your external text editor saves the file in the format you need. To detect line endings used by a file on Windows, use following command on PowerShell console to display hex dump of the first characters of given file example. If you do not have a shell access to the remote system, download the file using binary encoding and use the PowerShell command on a local binary-identical copy. The default is false.
Specifies files to be excluded from the archive. You can specify more than one file by separating them with commas. Use the following formats:. Specifies the directories, besides the Oracle Home, to be included in the archive.
You specify the top-level directory; subdirectories will also be included in the archive. The flag specifies that default files are not excluded by default. If the same files are added to -excludeFilePatterns they will be excluded. By default, some files, such as log files, are excluded.
Specifies the maximum size of an archive file. As the script executes, if the jar file reaches the maximum size, it creates additional jar files, until it completes the process.
Specifies whether the operation operates silently. That is, it does not prompt for confirmation, which is the default. To specify that it does prompt for confirmation, specify this option with the value of false.
To continue, you must type yes , which is not case sensitive. Typing anything other than yes causes the script to abort. Applies the archive to the target destination, by pasting the binary files of the source Oracle home to the target environment. You can apply the archive to the same host or a different host. Table A-3 describes the options for the pasteBinary script. Use this option to specify the location of the archive file created with the copyBinary script. Ensure that the Oracle home directory does not exist at that location, or if it does, it is an empty directory.
Otherwise, the script returns an error message. The name for the Oracle home. This name is used to register the Oracle home with Oracle Inventory. Spaces are not allowed in the name. A flag specifying that the script reconfigure an already existing Oracle home that was created using a storage-level cloning tool.
If this flag is set to true, then the target Oracle home should exist and it should contain Oracle home binaries. Valid values are true and false. A flag specifying whether the operation ignores a warning that there is not enough free space available.
Specifies whether the pasteBinary operation checks the prerequisites of the Oracle home. The default is that it checks the prerequisites.