Sftp option transfer binary
When no remote newline is explicitly stated, the client attempts to retrieve the newline convention from the server. If the server does not support this functionality, the client sets the remote newline to CRLF.
Displays the current transfer mode. Sets the current transfer mode to binary the default. Sets the remote newline to CRLF. Sets the remote newline to LF. With this mode WinSCP decides automatically about transfer mode for a particular file based on its filename usually the file extension.
The so-called text file mask can be configured in dialogs mentioned above. You can modify the mask as you need. Files not matching the mask are transferred using Binary mode. There are two options how to support text mode transfers. The first option is that the client WinSCP knows directly the text file format used by the server and converts the file to the format before transfer.
The second option is that there is some in advance agreed canonical format to which the client converts the file before transfer and from which the server converts it if necessary after transfer to its own format. It this case the client WinSCP must directly know and support the server-side format. If the remote file contents differ from the partial local copy then the resultant file is likely to be corrupt. If the -f flag is specified, then fsync will be called after the file transfer has completed to flush the file to disk.
Displays local directory listing of either path or current directory if path is not specified. Creates a link from oldpath to newpath. If the -s flag is specified the created link is a symbolic link, otherwise it is a hard link.
Displays remote directory listing of either path or current directory if path is not specified. When used with a long format option, use unit suffixes: Produces a long listing with user and group information presented numerically. Uploads local-path and stores it on the remote machine. If the remote path name is not specified, it is given the same name it has on the local machine.
If it does and remote-path is specified, then remote-path must specify a directory. If the -P flag is specified, then the file's full permission and access time are copied too.
Note that resumption assumes that any partial copy of the remote file matches the local copy. If the local file contents differ from the remote local copy then the resultant file is likely to be corrupt. If the -f flag is specified, then a request will be sent to the server to call fsync after the file has been transferred.
Note that this is only supported by servers that implement the "fsync openssh. Resume download of remote-path. Equivalent to get with the -a set. Resume upload of local-path. Equivalent to put with the -a flag set. Windows Server R2. All files are transferred in binary mode. There is no file globbing capability. The third usage format allows the sftp client to start in a remote directory.
For example, to specify an alternate port: Interactive Commands Once in interactive mode, sftp understands a set of commands similar to those of ftp.