get [-afpR] remote-path [local-path]
Retrieve the remote-path and store it on the local machine. If the local path name is not specified, it is given the same name it has on the remote machine. remote-path may contain glob(7) characters and may match
multiple files. If it does and local-path is specified, then local-path must specify a directory.
If the -a flag is specified, then attempt to resume partial transfers of existing files. Note that resumption assumes that any partial copy of the local file matches the remote copy. If the remote file contents dif‐
fer from the partial local copy then the resultant file is likely to be corrupt.
If the -f flag is specified, then fsync(2) will be called after the file transfer has completed to flush the file to disk.
If the -p flag is specified, then full file permissions and access times are copied too.