But really after rereading Gerald's original message, probably expect is
just timing out waiting for the next string. Check your timeout values..
On Wed, Feb 15, 2023 at 9:07 AM Jim Oberholtzer <
Consider also checking your firewall settings. Many firewalls willsuspect
nefarious transfers when many small files or one very large one goesa
across. It happens so often with the newer firewalls it's getting to be
knee jerk reaction.that
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On Wed, Feb 15, 2023 at 9:57 AM Gerald Magnuson <
we are switching from FTPs to SFTP.
sometimes we have a large number of files to receive.
and the files have very long file names.
we use "MGET *.edi" to perform the receive.
it _appears_ that after about 10 or 12 files, the process dies. The
expect log appears that it just "filled up". if we have less than
of files, the process works just fine.
does EXPECT have some limit in the size of data it will process?
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