Topic "Cannot see files uploaded to sFTP site"

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traveller180
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I have uploaded and verified on the server that the files are uploaded by cannot see the files in the remote panel in winSCP. These are not hidden files and have extensions: .doc, .htm, .pdf, and .txt.

I have attached the log file to this post.

Please advise.
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I have a similar problem where I upload a .zip file using the .NET client, I can see it on the target machine but WINSCP will not acknowledge its presence either on the explorer or via any .NET calls.
martin
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All I can see in the log file is that the server indeed does not return the uploaded file in the listing.

So it does look like a server-side problem.

Did you try any other SFTP client?

The same issue: https://winscp.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=23421
martin
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Anonymous wrote:
I have a similar problem where I upload a .zip file using the .NET client, I can see it on the target machine but WINSCP will not acknowledge its presence either on the explorer or via any .NET calls.

Do you have the same problem in GUI? Or in another SFTP client?
timk519
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GUI client can't see the uploaded file either.

What's odd is that its only the file that WINSCP's uploaded - if I create new files on the server side they're visible to the client.
timk519
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Also - I'm uploading / interacting with the OpenSSH SFTP server.
traveller180
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martin wrote:
All I can see in the log file is that the server indeed does not return the uploaded file in the listing.

So it does look like a server-side problem.

Did you try any other SFTP client?

The same issue: https://winscp.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=23421


I have tried filezilla with the same results. Could you please advise a troubleshooting path for the server-side problem(s)? I am currently the only user for this site.
traveller180
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traveller180 wrote:
martin wrote:
All I can see in the log file is that the server indeed does not return the uploaded file in the listing.

So it does look like a server-side problem.

Did you try any other SFTP client?

The same issue: https://winscp.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=23421


I have tried filezilla with the same results. Could you please advise a troubleshooting path for the server-side problem(s)? I am currently the only user for this site.


On the server itself, in the winSCP GUI, I can see the sFTP volume when I set that path to the local directory and I can see my local drive when I set it to the remote directory. I still cannot see uploaded files in the remote panel.
traveller180
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Could you please advise on this pop-up message:

Transfer was successfully finished, but temporary transfer file 'xxxx.docx.filepart' could not be renamed to target file name 'xxxx.docx'. If the problem persists, you may try to turn off transfer resume support.
traveller180
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UPDATE: I backed out of the IIS FTPS config and am now connecting to the site created in openSSH. The same issue is still happening. I can verify that the files are being uploaded to the server from my laptop but I cannot see the uploaded files in the remote panel of winSCP.

HOWEVER, when I create a file on the sFTP server in the FTP folder, the file DOES show up the the remote panel of winSCP on my laptop.

Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you in advance.
traveller180
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I CAN see the files if I upload them using fileZilla.
martin
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traveller180 wrote:
I CAN see the files if I upload them using fileZilla.

OK, so can you now post comparable log files from both WinSCP and FileZilla showing the upload and directory listing?
For FileZilla, post a real log file, not a message log from GUI.

For WinSCP use the "Debug 2" log level:
https://winscp.net/eng/docs/ui_pref_logging
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I am not facing the issue with FileZilla's uploads.

Destination server is a Windows Machine which runs OpenSSH

WinSCP is able to upload files successfully but we are not able to view them.
FileZilla is also not displaying the files uploaded through Winscp.
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Sure, if you had the same problem with FileZilla, I would not be asking for its log.

But as FileZilla works, I need to see its log file, to see what's different.
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