Hi I want to upload tar gz format file to server using varien sftp

Please give suggestion


To upload file on server with varian sftp use try below mentioned code i have tested and it working.

Replace some.server.com with your host Replace username with your server sftp user name Replace password with sftp password.

$localfilename = 'filename.tar.gz'; /* Local filelocation if you are using windows and file is in d: then your filename should 'd:\filename.tar.gz' and if you are using linux your file and your file is in /home/yourfolder then your local file name should '/home/yourfolder/filename.tar.gz' */
$remotefilename = '/filename.tar.gz'; /* Remote filelocation example you want upload file in /home/wesite1/public_html then your remote filename should  '/home/wesite1/public_html/filename.tar.gz' */
$sftp = new Varien_Io_Sftp();
            'host'      => 'some.server.com',
            'username'  => 'username',
            'password'  => 'password',
            'timeout'   => '10'
}catch(Exception $e){
    echo $e->getMessage();
  • Yes, its working for me Thanks oa lot Aman.... – user40262 May 26 '16 at 12:59
  • You welcome always it would be great if you accept answer and vote it. Thanks – Aman Alam May 26 '16 at 13:01
  • @user40262 if the answer is sufficient please mark as accepted – philwinkle May 26 '16 at 13:14
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    @AmanAlam it doesn't work for me. Using $localfilename and $remotefilename of your example, in my server it creates a file named filename.tar.gz ($remotefilename) containing just a string: filename.tar.gz ($localfilename). Checking Varien lib, the method write() in Sftp.php file, it calls the put method of phpseclib/Net/SFTP.php library without passing the $mode parameter which as default has STRING mode: function put($remote_file, $data, $mode = NET_SFTP_STRING) How can I solve without touching the core? – WaPoNe Nov 12 '18 at 17:10
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    @WaPoNe I think it's a bug. In my case $sftp->write($remotefilename,file_get_contents($localfilename)) works fine. – SeStro Nov 14 '18 at 12:48

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