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scp protocol error on multiple file copy?
Usually, I use the "net" amd map to make my build hosts' RELEASE
directory available to machines for in-place updates.
One machine can't use this due to network load, but in the past, I
used a command line like:
$ scp -p buildhost:"/path/to/sets/[bem]* /path/to/sets/text.tgz /path/to/kernel/netbsd-CUSTOM.gz" .
to copy relevant sets and kernel to the machine's local disk.
Today when I tried my usual procedure to update this host, I instead got:
protocol error: filename does not match request
Has something about multiple source files via scp changed?
I seem to recall that OpenSSH was updated recently with pull-ups to
netbsd-9. Possible bug?
The build host was running up-to-date netbsd-9/amd64. The machine being
updated was running netbsd-9/i386 from 16 October.
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