|The username on the remote host. Only required if not identical to the username on the local host.|
|The port on the remote host. Only required if not the default port (22).|
|-v||Be more verbose.|
For speed, hsftp doesnt check whether a cd on the remote host is valid (i.e. whether the remote directory exists.)
get/put is always recursive. Already existing files are always overwritten.
If not installed SUID root, the password, once typed in, may be paged out to the swap partition when the program is left idle for some time.
It has been reported that on FreeBSD, when downloading a file, it says: Write failed flushing stdout buffer. However, the file transfer is successful.
With OpenSSH, you may get the following error message after uploading files: Error reading from pipe: I/O error. However, the file transfer is successful.
Rainer Wichmann <email@example.com>
|HSFTP (1)||28 March 2000|