The motivation is that there's a server that I can
ssh into (with or without key pairs set up ... i.e., without or with a password) but that I cannot send files to via
sftp. Someone mentioned that I should check if I'm using the same port for ssh and for the file-transfer protocols, but I don't know how to check this.
If you have any other thoughts on how I could get
rsync to work, I'd appreciate that too.
When I run
rsync -avvvvvPt ./ [USER]@[REMOTE]:.
FILE_STRUCT_LEN=24, EXTRA_LEN=4 cmd=<NULL> machine=[REMOTE] user=[USER] path=. cmd=ssh cmd=-l cmd=[USER] cmd=[REMOTE] cmd=rsync cmd=--server cmd=-vvvvvlogDtpre.iLsfx cmd=--partial cmd=. cmd=. opening connection using: ssh -l [USER] [REMOTE] rsync --server -vvvvvlogDtpre.iLsfx --partial . . (10 args) msg checking charset: UTF-8
and then it hangs until