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We just replaced F-Secure SSH with Tectia, OS is Windows. We find a problem that when uploading, new file are unable to totally overwrite existing file if new file is smaller. eg. old file(.csv, .txt) have 4000 rows/records, new file has 3000 rows/records, after upload, only first 3000 records of old files are overwritten but last 1000 records are still there. Did anyone experienced this issue? any parameter need to add? Thanks.

Code as below: 1. FTP Batch sftpg3 -B %configFile% %userToken%
\userToken is just login info of destination server

2. ConfigFile ascii cd %remotepath% lcd %localpath% put a.csv put b.txt close

asked Dec 29 '11 at 09:43

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edited Dec 29 '11 at 09:45


I got the same problem. Any body can help?

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answered Dec 29 '11 at 10:24

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I haven't heard of this before, can either of you provide more information on what versions you are using and on what OS'es?

----Client Info---- - The SSH version you are using Issue the following command at the command line ...

ssh2 -V or ssh -V

  • The operating system you are on Issue the following command at the command line..

On Windows system -> systeminfo > SystemInfo.txt (Please send us the SystemInfo.txt file that the command creates)

On UNIX/LINUX system -> uname -a cat /etc/*release

----Server Info---- - From the client Issue the following command to get SSH version of the machine you trying to connect to...

telnet YOUR-TARGET-SYSTEM SSH-PORT

Replace YOUR-TARGET-SYSTEM with the name of the system you are trying to connect to. Replace SSH-PORT with the SSH port you are connecting to on the target system. Default is 22

  • Then on the actual server: The operating system of the machine you are trying to connect to. Issue the following command at the command line..

On Windows system -> systeminfo > SystemInfo.txt (Please send us the SystemInfo.txt file that the command creates)

On UNIX/LINUX system -> uname -a cat /etc/*release

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answered Jan 05 '12 at 05:31

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We've already figured it out:

Root cause is that our client server upgraded to Tectia(Client) but destination server is still using F-Secure(Server), i find when file size is over hundreds of KB, this problem will happen but it's normal if file size is small. No such problem if both server & client use Tectia.

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answered Jan 09 '12 at 05:07

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