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Re: scp no longer reports incremental progress
Corinna Vinschen wrote on 2010-04-01:
On Apr 1 18:17, Matthias Andree wrote:
Am 01.04.2010 16:43, schrieb Christopher Faylor:
> On Thu, Apr 01, 2010 at 02:00:42PM +0300, Matthias Andree wrote:
>>Euh, 20100331 seems to introduce regressions for me compared to
>>scp now seems broken for me,
>>$ scp -vvvvv somefile firstname.lastname@example.org:/tmp/
>>Executing: program /usr/bin/ssh host example.org, user user, command
>>-v -t -- /tmp/
>>and often just hangs there, while PuTTY's pscp and interactive ssh to
>>same host + login works just fine, and also if I'm using the 20100328
>>With gdb attached, it succeeds once in a while.
> How big is "somefile" and where is "example.org"? Is it a local
> machine? In another country/state/continent? What kind of system is
As written to Corinna, 32-bit i686 openSUSE 11.2 Linux fully patched
preinstalled openSSH 5.2.
Few MB, or 1.X MB. example.org is behind an ADSL line which is ~12
Mbit/s in the
direction where I'm trying to copy and ~0.6 Mbit/s in the opposite
Note that with 20100328 I sort of "immediately" get the SSH debug
there is no output at all with 20100331. (on Windows 7 Professional
German which itself sits on a 100 Mbit/s firehose). 12 hops, 48 ms (the
hops take 7 ms, 11 hops 14 ms, then the typical DSL interleaving on the
Just tried a slow line as well, multiple times. It still works fine for
me with DSL upload speed of 0.6 Mbit/s, remote is cygwin.com which is
running some Linux as well. 10 hops.
Are you sure you didn't suffer from some other problem, like multiple
Cygwin versions or something?
I shut down all Cygwin processes (ps -al only listed itself) and replaced
cygwin1.dll before doing the trials. What else would I have to do to be
sure? Or did I miss replacing other parts of the system for the trial?
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