Problem: When using the command line PSFTP utility, issuing an LS -al command does not return any additional information from the Titan/Cornerstone SFTP Server.


Solution: The 'LS' command in the command line PSFTP utility is a client command which then gets translated into internal SFTP commands that are sent over to the Titan/CS server. It turns out some client PSFTP applications do not natively support any options on the client end and will ignore any command line arguments. When it comes to SFTP, the Titan/CS Server always returns all the details such as permissions, ownership, size, and dates; it's up to the client side application to determine which information to present to the user. Please check with the specific PSFTP client vendor to see if their client supports the processing of command line arguments for the LS command.