[Twisted-Python] Getting splitted data with SSHChannel.dataReceived
mustafa at liqia.com
Fri Mar 24 02:59:10 EST 2006
Yes, I am using line oriented datas. But, I am subclassing the
twisted.consh.ssh.channel.SSHChannel, so how can I use a subclass of
basic.LineReceiver to open a channel in SSHConnection.
Jean-Paul Calderone wrote:
> On Thu, 23 Mar 2006 20:06:59 +0200, Mustafa Sakalsiz
> <mustafa at liqia.com> wrote:
>> I am using twisted conch to execute a remote program (say ProgA)
>> through ssh. In ProgA, I print some datas and catch them in the
>> dataReceived method of SSHChannel.
>> Sometimes, the data comes partially, like this
>> ProgA dataReceived
>> prints TWISTED gets TWISTED and appends it to TOTAL
>> prints TWISTED if len(TOTAL) is 1020 gets TWIS
>> (gets at most 1024)
>> => then gets TED (next
>> I think there's a buffer of something else, so dataReceived couldn't
>> get the datas as they are printed. They are splitted if TOTAL
>> reaches 1024. I am looking for a solution to prevent getting
>> splitted data.
> If you want to treat your data as line-oriented, you should be using
> LineReceiver and overriding the lineReceived method. The dataReceived
> method is always subject to this kind of fragmentation.
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