From Francisco David del Campo Hill@21:1/5 to All on Wed Feb 10 03:29:52 2021
First time posting here, so apologies if the format of the question is unusual...
I am using PuTTY 0.74 (Windows x64 installer), and would like it to record the output of my SSH sessions. I know how to set up the session logging settings to save the output to a file in an existing folder; for example:
Sadly this gave an error when I opened the SSH session:
Error writing session log (ASCII mode) to file: C:\Users\me\Desktop\PuTTY-20210210\putty-a.b.c.d-20210210-112314.log
It seems that PuTTY was not able to create the folder (...\PuTTY-20210210\...) before creating the log file (...\putty-a.b.c.d-20210210-112314.log). I have already tried to open PuTTY as administrator with the same result, so I doubt this is a
Does anyone know how to make this work? Is this simply not possible with current PuTTY and should be asked as a feature request?
Does anyone know how to make this work? Is this simply not possible
with current PuTTY and should be asked as a feature request?
It sounds like the directory is required to exist: all path components
up to the file name. I'd just live with that. You already have the
date interpolated into the name, so send the files to a common folder.
You can have some script that runs every midnight and moves files
into dated folders.