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same error for 2 years, why can't it just work?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by DWHS.net, Feb 9, 2004.

  1. DWHS.net

    DWHS.net Well-Known Member
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    When trying to copy accounts from some servers I get this error. Today the server was fine transferring and then for no reason started this error. No every-time for 2 hours the same error. This is the biggest annoyance I have to deal with and wish there was a way to just have the move script work.


    Attemping to package account...
    The remote server 146.82.xx.xxx unexpectedly terminated the connection. (connection not allowed from this server?)Attemping to package account...
    The remote server 146.82.xx.xxx unexpectedly terminated the connection. (connection not allowed from this server?)Attemping to package account...
    error writing "stdout": broken pipe
    while executing
    "puts "\n\nsshdisconnectproblem\n""
    invoked from within
    "expect -nobrace *assword: {
    sleep 1;
    send "$pass\r"
    } {*REMOTE HOST IDENTIFICATION*} {
    puts "\n\nsshhostproblem\n"
    puts ..."
    invoked from within
    "expect {
    "*assword:" {
    sleep 1;
    send "$pass\r"
    }
    "*REMOTE HOST IDENTIFICATION*" {
    puts "\n\nsshhostproblem\n"
    puts "\n..."
    (file "/scripts/sshcmd" line 10)



    I can connect from my home systme and my office no problem but when I try to connect from a fully resolved server.....nutsin
    :(
     
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    DWHS.net Well-Known Member
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    O.K. working now, one hour later..
     
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