FTP geting a SAVEFILE

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AS/400 FTP
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SAVF
I have a savefile with 62GigaBytes and I´m trying transfer from WindowsServer to AS/400.

From the AS/400 to WindowsServer works normaly.

Wy Iam receiving the message below, after 46GigaBytes received ?

> lcd bkpAS400   Local working directory is BKPAS400 > get mysavefile (rep                                       227 Entering Passive Mode (172,18,1,70,10,62).         125 Data connection already open; Transfer starting.   Unable to close file.  Error code CPE3101.             426 Connection closed; transfer aborted.               225 ABOR command successful.                         Enter an FTP subcommand.                              

ASKED: September 3, 2011  12:11 AM
UPDATED: March 31, 2012  5:10 PM

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<pre>
> lcd bkpAS400
Local working directory is BKPAS400
> get mylib (rep
227 Entering Passive Mode (172,18,1,70,10,62).
125 Data connection already open; Transfer starting.
Unable to close file. Error code CPE3101.
426 Connection closed; transfer aborted.
225 ABOR command successful.
Enter an FTP subcommand.
</pre>

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  • TomLiotta
    A CPE3101 message says to "See any previous messages in the job log." Does the joblog show any useful messages? Tom
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  • Lovemyi
    When transferring a save file you need to use the binary command or BIN for short before the put or get statement. I do not see this in your FTP statement. Also do you have enougth disk space available for a 62GB save file to be received? Lovemyi
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  • TomLiotta
    I do not see this in your FTP statement. I also wondered about BINARY, but the script was clearly incomplete anyway. And I can't see why that would make a difference for CPE3101. Unfortunately, I don't have a 62GB savefile to play with. Tom
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  • RBDSILVA
    [...] FTP getting a SAVEFILE [...]
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  • RBDSILVA
    Ok, Friends, thanks for all. LovemyI - I have 540Gigabytes available to receive the savefile. I put from AS/400 V5R3 to WindowsServer and get from AS/400 V5R4. TomLiotta - I am using after login on FTP BIN LCD BKPAS400 GET MYFILE (REP 'the file resides on WindowsServer 2008"
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  • TomLiotta
    Did you review joblog messages yet to see if anything was sent for CPE3101? Is the Windows Server able to use a shared directory on the V5R4 system? If it can, it might be easier just to drag/drop the savefile into a directory. Once it's on the AS/400, use CPYFRMSTMF to copy it into a savefile. But the CPE3101 should be first. Tom
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  • djac
    Just a thought - did you do the original PUT in BIN mode?
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  • RBDSILVA
    Friends, another files with 35 or 40Gigabytes works normally.
    
    to put a file to a WindowsServer I use "mput" to a entire library and not "put"
    
    cd         bkpFILES          
    mdelete    FRIDAY/*        
    rmdir      FRIDAY          
    mkdir      WEDNESDAY         
    cd         WEDNESDAY         
    bin                       
    mput       bkpAS400/*     
    quit
    
    Att,
    Bob
    
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  • TomLiotta
    Going back to V5R1, I don't see any good reason for stopping at or around 46GB. Is there any joblog info yet? Tom
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