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I would use scp over sftp as zentara suggests. If, however, 'future policies' means only sftp, then you'll have to figure out what the problem is:
  1. A code fragment showing what you're doing might be helpful
  2. You don't list the SSH command/version that you're using
  3. The latest version of Net::Sftp::Foreign is 1.74, and it looks like it should work with 5.8.8
  4. Are both client and server Solaris 5.9?
  5. I'm not sure what you're referring to by 'SFTP v 1.35'. Your client is your perl program. Is this the server version? There are lots of different servers around. Most also create log files
  6. Can you use the sftp client on the command line to reliably transfer the file?
  7. tcpdump/wireshark of a hanging transfer can at least tell you what's crapping out at the tcp level


In reply to Re: Net::SFTP::Foreign frequent connection server stall by Illuminatus
in thread Net::SFTP::Foreign frequent connection server stall by Anonymous Monk

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