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Old 08-19-2011
sftp Invalid buffer size

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echo "cd /loc">batch.txt
echo "mput "$TARGET_FILE_DIR"/$TARGET_FILE_NAME">>batch.txt
echo "quit">>batch.txt

sftp -B batch.txt -v server1>temp1.log 2>temp2.log
For the above one I am getting an error like Invalid buffer size ...Could some one help
# 2  
Old 08-19-2011
Not exactly for your problem, but can be used for reference.

(Unix/Linux Users Only) If you see a log entry that indicates an “Invalid buffer size”, then review your SFTP program command line and parameters for running batch files. The default configuration for these scripts is to run with this syntax: sftp –b <batch file> <username>@<sftp host name>. If the –b command line parameter is different for your SFTP program (e.g. –B instead of –b) then you will need to change the “SFTP” property in both of the below files:
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Old 08-19-2011
I dont think I will be able to change those details..The similar sftp command is working when connecting to an other server which is been in use,,,,,

Any help on this is greatly appreciated
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Old 08-19-2011
Could you check the man page however and give a try once..?
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