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Re: Maybe a bug

From: Bob Proulx
Subject: Re: Maybe a bug
Date: Mon, 20 Jun 2005 22:14:22 -0600
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nosair wrote:
> I executed the following command in bash:
> scp -r address@hidden:~/* ~/ECEJUNE2006 | tee transfer_june_2006.txt

Thanks for the report.  But this is not the SSH list.  This is the GNU
coreutils list.  'scp' is not part of GNU coreutils.  Assuming that
you are using OpenSSH then the mailing list you want to make your
report about 'scp' is the OpenSSH list address@hidden
If you are using a different scp then respond accordingly.

> I get the prompt for password. After that, the downloading of files
> and folders begins as normal. However, the file transfer information
> does not show on screen, and transfer_june_2006.txt remains empty
> during the downloading.

When reporting this you should always report the version of the
program that you are using.  Unfortunately 'scp' does not provide any
way to obtain the version number from the program itself.  So we just
have to assume it matches the 'ssh' version.  Report the SSH version
that you are using with this.

  ssh -V

> I am doing this becuase I want to make a list of the files
> transfered. Please, let me know whether this is a bug, or I am doing
> it the wrong way.

Because your output is to a pipe and is not a tty the 'scp' command
goes into quiet mode.  I don't know if there is a way to avoid that.
Best to ask on the ssh list.


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