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File management is handled at kernel level, not user space. This means that the kernel will ensure that there is no file corruption when 2 programs try to read or write the same file at the same time, including daemon or any other application. So I would say that it depends on the filesystem that you are using, but not on the number of daemons accessing the ...


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You can add to the sftp command the option -o NumberOfPasswordPrompts=1 to stop it asking twice for passwords. You might usefully also try -o ConnectTimeout=20 -o ConnectionAttempts=1


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Works for me, so you will need to provide more information about the problem: chris@localhost$ finger 2> file.txt chris@localhost$ sftp remotehost Connected to remotehost. sftp> ls -l file.txt Can't ls: "/home/chris/file.txt" not found sftp> ls -l file.tmp Can't ls: "/home/chris/file.tmp" not found # So the file doesn't exist on the remote in ...



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