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SFTP channel broken error in masking job: is there a way to specify commit size?

  • 1.  SFTP channel broken error in masking job: is there a way to specify commit size?

    Posted 11-21-2019 01:48:00 PM
    Hi. We have a mainframe withoout a native connector, so we're using sftp to connect to the file, and we got a channel is broken error, which I saw online may be because multiple sftp channels are competing, causing a timeout.
    We also don't see a setting equivalent to the commit size when masking a database. Is there a way to specify that, as well as prevent or reduce the likelihood of the channel is broken error?

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    Richard Van Veen
    Security Professional
    Wells Fargo
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  • 2.  RE: SFTP channel broken error in masking job: is there a way to specify commit size?

    Posted 11-25-2019 09:50:00 AM
    Hi Richard,
    I moved this here to make sure it gets a bit more attention...

    Thanks,
    Michael

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    Michael Torok
    Director of Knowledge and Community Management
    Delphix
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  • 3.  RE: SFTP channel broken error in masking job: is there a way to specify commit size?

    Posted 11-25-2019 09:57:00 AM
    Thanks for adding it to the products group, Michael. Will people from the original NYC user community see that it was moved, in case they have any info about this?

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    Richard Van Veen
    Security Professional
    Wells Fargo
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  • 4.  RE: SFTP channel broken error in masking job: is there a way to specify commit size?

    Posted 11-25-2019 10:08:00 AM
    Hi Richard,
    Because I moved it, the link in the digest email will redirect, but the thread does not leave a link in the previous group. That said, everyone in the NY User Group can see the Product community, just not vice versa. 
    Thanks,
    Michael

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    Michael Torok
    Director of Knowledge and Community Management
    Delphix
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