No transfer to ABOR

hi team ,

After login to FTP server, I tried to copy using below command, It’s giving error

ftp> get ~/ftp_server/FileToTransfer ~/ftp_client/
local: /home/crio-user/ftp_client/ remote: ~/ftp_server/FileToTransfer
200 PORT command successful. Consider using PASV.
150 Opening BINARY mode data connection for /home/crio-user/ftp_server/FileToTransfer (1048576000 bytes).
local: /home/crio-user/ftp_client/: Is a directory
226 Transfer complete.
225 No transfer to ABOR.
ftp>

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Hi @vishal0708

Please see if these are helpful

  1. If we are providing destination directory(local-file) as well as a parameter to FTP get command we have to provide the file path itself than the local directory

  2. Regarding ABOR command
    You would have already checked this, but still

hi @Nabhan-CrioTA I did not get this. can you please explain with example

Sure,

  1. To download a file in the server(remote-file) to the current directory of client we can just do
    get ~/thisDir/GoDeep/MoreDeep/thisFile.txt. Let’s say our client directory is ~/ftp_client/ which you could verify using the !pwd command. After running this we’ll have a file called thisFile.txt in our ftp_client directory

  2. Now, if we want to rename the downloaded file or download it into a different folder we use another version of get command like this get ~/thisDir/GoDeep/MoreDeep/thisFile.txt ~/diffClientDir/thatFile.txt which downloads the thisFile.txt to the ~/diffClientDir/ in the client system and names the file as thatFile.txt

You could think of this as something like - when we download a resource from the internet a popup display for selecting where to save the downloaded file - now we can choose to directly hit save to save the file in the directory displayed with the original file name (similar to 1) or traverse to a different directory & also rename the file to our liking if required (similar to 2)

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