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Connection is broken because of underlying network issues

Hi Guys,

I have two databases where I copy archivelog files from server A to server B frequently...yesterday we did the VM upgrade now...I am struggling to copy/ship the files from server A to server B...

I manually tested the file transfer but the big files, e.g 46M, stall. I can copy small files but the big ones they stall...

It looks like something to do with the network...

Please Help....

Thanks in advance...
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network speed mismatch?
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What protocol do you use?
FTP? SCP/SFTP? NFS?
Try another protocol...
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