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Debug mode. Makes sftp2 send verbose debug output. The debugging level is either a number (0-99), or a comma-separated list of assignments of the format ModulePattern=debug_level, for example *=10,sshd2=2.
Batch mode. Reads commands from a file instead of standard input. Since this mode is intended for scripts, sftp2 will not try to interact with the user, which means that only passwordless authentication methods will work. In batch mode, a failure to change the current working directory will cause sftp2 to abort. Other errors are ignored.
Specifies the path to the ssh2 binary.
Prints the command syntax and exits.
Prints version information and exits.
Specifies the port to be used.
Specifies the size of the buffer.
Specifies the maximum number of allowed requests.
Specifies the cipher to be used.
Specifies the MAC algorithm to be used.
Specifies options to give to ssh2. The option has the same format as a line in the configuration file. Comment lines are not accepted. Where applicable, egrep regex format is used.
Custom configuration directory where ssh2_config, hostkeys and userkeys are located.
Specifies the username to use when connecting. (Optional)
Specifies the host to connect to.
Specifies the port on the host to connect to. (Optional)