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Appologies gentlemen that I was away. Well thank you everyone who have shared the thoughts towards my query. Mr Soonix no luck sir. Following is exactly what I tried, No progress is shown when I downloaded file :(.

print "Connecting to the sftp share! Please wait....!\n"; my $sftp = Net::SFTP::Foreign->new($LOG_HOST, user => +$REM_USER, password => $REM_PASSW); $sftp->setcwd($REM_PATH) or die "unable to change cwd: + " . $sftp->error; print "OK. On the share! Downloading the file \"$REM_F +ILE\"...................!\n\n\n"; $sftp->error and die "Problem connecting to the share. +..!!!! " . $sftp->error; # if ($sftp->get($REM_FILE)){ if ($sftp->get($REM_FILE, $REM_FILE, callback => \&sho +w_progress)) { print "File \"$REM_FILE\" downlaoded to ===> +\"$LOC_PATH$LOC_DIR\"\n\n"; } else { print "File \"$REM_FILE\" does not seem to hav +e been sent. Please re-request...!\n\n"; } sub show_progress { my($sftp, $data, $offset, $size) = @_; print "downloaded $offset of $size bytes\r";

In reply to Re^10: Perl sftp behavior when there are no files in the share by Bindo
in thread Perl sftp behavior when there are no files in the share by Bindo

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