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# 22  
Old 03-15-2004
unix directories should NEVER have spaces.

but try passing in a dir w/ spaces sourounded w/ single quotes.
# 23  
Old 03-16-2004
I just replaced the old script with a new one. It supports spaces in dirertory names as well as it supports spaces file names. I don't expect that leading or trailing spaces will work. And I only tested cases with a single space between words.
# 24  
Old 05-17-2005
Getting Error

Hi I am trying to use the script and I getting the following error:

FATAL ERROR: timed out waiting for:
/tmp/HardFeed.ok.2540.1

I am using the -rdvs parameters

Thanks!

Fernando
# 25  
Old 05-18-2005
HardFeed is timing out as it tries to read the remote directory. Is this a very large remote directory? Or a very busy ftp server? You might try adjusting the line:
OPT_MAXWAIT=15
to a larger value. But if the directory has tens of thousands of files something else could go wrong. I have never tested it on a super large directory.
# 26  
Old 06-24-2005
Could you please explain how these 2 scripts work as I am getting the following error when trying to execute HardFeed Part 2

HardFeed.sh[369]: OPT_CMDS>i: The specified number is not valid for this command.

I am passing the ftpserver, userid of the server and directory path on the remote server where the file is located at. I appreciate your help. Thanks
# 27  
Old 06-24-2005
They aren't two scripts. It is one long script. It was too long to post in a single post. Put the pieces together and run the script.
# 28  
Old 06-24-2005
Thank you for immediate response. It worked and copied the files, But does not retain the date and time of the file which is on the remote server. Am I missing something.... Thanks,

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