Problema con: keepuptodate

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Problema con: keepuptodate

WinSCP / Version: 5.19.5
Windows 11 Pro / Version 21H2

Protocol: SCP
Operación: scripting
Interface: Commander
Problema con el comando: keepuptodate

Ejecutando el script paso a paso:
C:\Program Files (x86)\WinSCP>winscp
winscp> open scp://Dixxxxxx:Clxxxxxxxxxxx@212.xxx.xxx.xxx:22/ -hostkey="ecdsa-sha2-nistp384 384 xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx=" -rawsettings FollowDirectorySymlinks=1 SendBuf=0 SshSimple=0
Buscando servidor...
Conectando al servidor...
Autentificando...
Usando el nombre de usuario «Dixxxxxx».
Autentificando con la contraseña guardada.
Autentificado.
Iniciando la sesión...
Sesión iniciada.
Sesión activa: [1] Dixxxxxx@212.xxx.xxx.xxx
winscp> keepuptodate \zdatos\SVR\Directorio /D/SVR/Clientes/zPruebas/Copias
Opciones de sincronización personalizadas, diferentes a las opciones por defecto.
Buscando cambios, pulse Ctrl-C para abortar...
Explorando «\zdatos\SVR\Directorio» en busca de subdirectorios...
Observando cambios en 1 directorios...
Queda bloqueado sin respuesta, no ejecuta ninguna acción
Desde la interface Explorer pasa exactamente lo mismo

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Re: Problema con: keepuptodate

So if you modify a file in C:\zdatos\SVR\Directorio, while the "keepuptodate" is running, the updated file is not uploaded to the server? How are you modifying the file? Can you post a log file?

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Problem with: keepuptodate

The problem is that the keepuptodate command does not act in the mode:
– Local -> Remote
– Remote -> Local
It does not update the files and in neither of the two cases it responds.
It is stuck on with a fixed message:
Observing changes in 1 directories ...
Both in command mode and in explorer interface.

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Re: Problem with: keepuptodate

So if you modify a file in C:\zdatos\SVR\Directorio, while the "keepuptodate" is running, the updated file is not uploaded to the server?
– Answer: The file is not uploaded to the server
How are you modifying the file?
– Answer: Simply copy a new file to the local folder.
Can you post a log file?
– Answer: Yes, I attach the log file.

I don't understand what is happening, I have done all kinds of tests and I can't get the command to work.
I sincerely thank you for your cooperation

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Re: Problem with: keepuptodate

There are three sessions in the log. Two GUI sessions and one scripting session. Which one should I be looking at? When exactly did you create the new file? Can you post log of one session only and give us exact time the file is created? I do not see any file beging created in the scripting log.

Anyway, in the GUI session I see that you have enabled "Existing files only" option.
https://winscp.net/eng/docs/ui_keepuptodate
And as you do not isolate the script from GUI configuration, the script likely uses that option too. Won't that explain your problem?

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