Unfortunately, it is not grayed out now. If it is checked by default, then I obtain exclamation marks "?".
If I connect to an FTP server without using this plugin, then the checkbox is grayed out, the files are compared, and I obtain "=". It is preferred behavior.
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md5sum, sha1sum, sha256sum, sha512sum
To check this, the plugin sends:
"echo md5\nmd5sum\necho sha1\nsha1sum\necho sha256\nsha256sum\necho sha512\nsha512sum\n"
and checks what the server returns.
Configuration > Options > Operation > Log file > Create a log file: %TEMP%\totalcmd.log
Configuration > Options > Operation > FTP > Create a log file: %TEMP%\tcftp.log
I connected to my server using SFTP plugin, changed directory to \home\user123\www\iw-components\brad\hotel, and pressed the "Compare" button.
The following lines were written to the %TEMP%\tcftp.log file:
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======================== Connecting to: ftp.cluster002.hosting.ovh.net IP address: 188.8.131.52:22 Server fingerprint: C3 91 9C 2B 2D F7 E3 E4 12 F2 08 4E 3B FB 81 07 Supported authentication methods: publickey,password Authentication via password for user: user123 Session startup (SFTP) CONNECT \OVH - my Get directory: \home\user123\www\iw-components Get directory: \home\user123\www\iw-components\brad Get directory: \home\user123\www\iw-components\brad\hotel Get directory: \home\user123\www\iw-components\brad\hotel Get directory: \home\user123\www\iw-components\brad\hotel\css Get directory: \home\user123\www\iw-components\brad\hotel\img Check whether the server supports checksum functions...
Maybe it would be even better to check if an SFTP server has one of md5sum, sha1sum, sha256sum, sha512sum commands imemdiately after connecting to the SFTP server?
Isn't it that if the server supports md5sum, sha1sum, sha256sum, sha512sum commands, then it supports them for all files in all directories?
How were you able to get that log filled with connection details?
When I enable logging in my TC10: Configuration > Options > Operation > Log file > Create a log file: %TEMP%\totalcmd.log
I then can see the log file after SFTP session but it conains only a simpe events like TC started or a file deleted but not any network related activity.
In the options I set all possible checkboxes with the same result.
Log file creation for sftp-plugin is done by "Configuration - Options - FTP: [x] Create a log file"How were you able to get that log filled with connection details?