The return codes and error messages should be sufficient to explain most errors. Check that the code and message are correct by looking at the results:
Was the file transferred OK but the error code wrong?
Was the error code 0 but the file corrupted?
To diagnose file transfer problems, take a trace. If possible, also take a trace of a similar but successful run and compare the two traces. To get traces that can be compared with a diff command, use a trace format without "
%Dx" or "
SSH_DEBUG_FMT=" %m/%s:%n:%f %M"
To trace the generic file transfer level, use the debug string '
To trace the z/OS low level, use the debug string '
To trace both, use '
To get the trace for the client end, put the debug string on the command line, for example:
$ sftpg3 -D "sftp*=14" firstname.lastname@example.org
To get the trace for the client end when using sftpg3, use the debug command:
sftp> pwd sftp> lpwd sftp> debug sftp*=14,*mvs*=7 sftp> sput tmp.txt //TMP.TXT sftp> debug 1
To get the trace for the server end when using sftp/scp, create, on the remote machine, the file
$HOME/.ssh2/environment, and put in a line like this:
To make the debug at the server end go into a HFS file at the server, add this line in the