rcp: protocol error: size not delimited ... rcp: name : name too long.... Recently we updated the scp man page with this section: Generally, use of scp with password or keyboard-interactive authentication method and two remote hosts does not work. Posted by Erikas on November 26, 2008 at 06:36 AM CET # Good stuff, thank you kindly! http://caribtechsxm.com/protocol-error/protocol-error-mtime-sec-not-delimited.php
Posted by Jan Pechanec on December 22, 2009 at 04:26 AM CET # [Trackback] Und wieder mal eine kleine "Presseschau" im Internet. Source mode reads files and sends them over to the other side, sink mode accepts them. User Action: Retry the RCP command. This documentation is archived and is not being maintained. http://betterlogic.com/roger/2011/11/scp-protocol-error-size-not-delimited/
ie. Code: tar zcf ./mydir.tgz /path/to/mydir ftp my_box user passwd put mydir.tgz bye telnet my_box user passwd tar zxf mydir.tgz exit It's a little more work, but you also have even more Then you can ftp them to the remote machine.
Those confirmation messages after every protocol message and data transfer is a big overhead. Keep up the good work! Error Message: rcp: protocol error: size not delimited Explanation: An error in the RCP protocol occurred between the local and remote hosts. Thanks.
name text : name too long.... Posted by guest on December 30, 2008 at 02:01 AM CET # hey, very helpful info, thanks a lot. your destination file system should be created as largefiles enabled.2.check your openssh versions some versions doesn't support largefiles.upgrade it to latest version supported.regardsnijokj 0 Kudos Tom Kunkel Frequent Advisor Options Mark Posted by Darren Moffat on July 09, 2007 at 06:00 AM CEST # How about donating a few bucks to the OpenSSH project to keep this great software rolling?
rogerdpack says: August 29, 2013 at 10:58 am possibly same reason: $ scp [email protected]:/a/b/c/big big 0% 0 17.7MB/s 00:00 Ï~¯ÿítw÷÷85ÿ&ÏW9dn·Ýîvööw÷¾8291t;??bz¦Ql8796õU4É~U½ ½aã&Ú!î\G?z®®®«âpê¿ßÝÝmt?9dFû ÑÞk}µà§ looks like gibberish, creates 0 length file Anurag says: May click for more info Maximum file size and file integrity protection Maximum file size depends on the SCP software and the systems (and filesystems) where the software is used on. Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com. %d bloggers like this: TechNet Products Products Windows Windows Server System Center Browser Office Office 365 Exchange Server SQL Server SharePoint Posted by Olivier Pons on January 23, 2011 at 03:18 PM CET # Hi!
O meio mais rápido que encontrei foi usar o programa winscp (EN). É simples e intuitivo, e resolveu meus problemas. Check This Out Please send an e-mail. UNIX & Linux Forums > Top Forums > UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers Member Name Remember Me? The consumer reads exactly that much data as specified in the length field. D and T message must be specified before any other messages. So instead of just calling fortune in my .bashrc, I check the $TERM variable now: if [ $TERM == "xterm" ]; then fortune -s fi Written by Christian Weiske.
Hope this helps a little... I needed this to implement the scp protocol in python using the paramiko modules. However: You say that a binary zero has to be sent before the file transfer is done, but your examples don't have it. http://caribtechsxm.com/protocol-error/protocol-error-39.php Well, since that server is being obsoleted, the DBA can push files off instead of pulling from.
If you still want to be secure, see if you can get sftp and ssh up and running - they should come with the shh distribution. Remove advertisements rcp: Cannot specify both ascii and binary modes ... Posted by Shakir Ali on March 23, 2009 at 09:01 AM CET # [Trackback] Every now and then I try to scp files between two hosts with just one command.
It wasn't designed with extensibility in mind and SFTP protocol might replace it in the future in many scp implementations. The new line character is mandatory whether the text is empty or not. Posted by /dev/joschi on December 22, 2009 at 08:28 AM CET # Thanks! Since then it evolved a little bit which means that old rcp can't work together with current rcp in all cases.
What if we wanted to transfer ACL information as well? So, slightly simplified, the local to remote mode of scp works like this: The protocol So, how does the transfer protocol actually works? scp just hangs after the password is entered when I try to copy to the remote side For example, this can happen if you add this to your shell profile on have a peek here For instance, there may be a mismatch between the implementations of the TCP/IP protocol on the two computers.
Some vendors use SFTP protocol even for scp(1) and that is what we are thinking about, too. That covers exactly what I need. rcp: text : permission denied... Posted by Peter Sundstrom on November 18, 2007 at 03:55 PM CET # Jan, thank you, thank you, thank you, you have saved me from buying a new computer, desk, chair
Example: T1183828267011838282670 After the messages the raw data is transfered. I'm not very familiar with scp, but a quick google gave me two results - one of them follows: http://mail-index.netbsd.org/netbsd-...0/02/0016.html The other was similar, but posed as a question and provided So here's the top of my .bashrc: [[ -z "$PS1" ]] && return # non-interactive [[ $- =~ i ]] || return # non-interactive tty -s || return # non-interactive Posted I would just conclude that the rcp/scp protocol is a very simple file transport protocol that appeared when the rcp command started to be shipped with 4.2BSD.
The scp in source mode (= data producer) always waits for a reply before the next protocol line is sent. From the way how the protocol works we can induce that: after C message the data is expected (unless the file is empty) after D message either C or E is