Hi Thomas, On 06.06.23 00:40, Thomas Klausner wrote:
Hi! When I try to recursively copy a directory with "scp -r" or sftp's "put -Rp" between a -current and a NetBSD 9, I see: # scp -r a netbsd-9: scp: realpath ./a: No such file scp: upload "./a": path canonicalization failed scp: failed to upload directory a to . # ssh -V OpenSSH_9.1 NetBSD_Secure_Shell-20221004-hpn13v14-lpk, OpenSSL 3.0.8 7 Feb 2023 netbsd-9# ssh -V OpenSSH_8.0 NetBSD_Secure_Shell-20220604-hpn13v14-lpk, OpenSSL 1.1.1k 25 Mar 2021 scp of single files works. The same command works if I copy it onto the same machine (and thus same ssh on the other side), both current -> current and netbsd9 -> netbsd9. Any ideas why this doesn't work, and what the error message wants to tell me??
I'm sorry, I've forgotten the specifics, but I've encountered the problem before as well. I was able to solve it using the -O option. In the scp man page, it's mentioned that this option switches to the legacy SCP protocol if the server doesn't support SFTP. So it seems like more of a workaround, but maybe it will help you? Does anyone have more details on this?
Kind regards Matthias
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