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Command name
STAT
ABOR
SYST
HELP
NOOP
PWD
CWD
CDUP
MKD
RMD
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6-3 FTP File Operations
Description
Sends information about properties of
the specified file, or about data transfer
status, from this unit to the remote
computer.
The following property information is
sent, depending on the file type.
• MXF file
- File name
- File type
- CODEC type
- Frame rate
- Number of audio channels
- Duration
• non-MXF file
- File name
Requests this unit to abort a file
transfer currently in progress.
Displays the system name of this unit.
Displays a list of the commands
supported by this unit, or an
explanation of the specified command.
Does nothing except return a response.
(Used to check whether this unit is
running.)
Displays the current directory ("/" if the
directory is the root directory).
Changes the current directory (moves
from the current directory to another
directory).
Moves one level up in the directory
structure (makes the parent of the
current directory be the current
directory).
Creates a new directory.
Note
Directories can be created only in the
General directory.
For details, see 6-1-2 "File Operation
Restrictions" (page 106).
Deletes a directory.
Note
Directories can be deleted only in the
General directory.
For details, see 6-1-2 "File Operation
Restrictions" (page 106).
Command syntax
STAT <SP> <path-name> <CRLF>
The following data is transferred, depending on whether a file
is specified with <path-name>.
• File specified: The properties of the specified file
• No specification: The size of the data transferred thus far
(unit: bytes)
Input example: STAT Clip/C0001.MXF
ABOR <CRLF>
SYST <CRLF>
HELP <SP> <command-name> <CRLF>
The following data is transferred, depending on whether a
command name is specified with <command-name>.
• Command name specified: Explanation of the specified
command.
• No specification: Command list
Input example: HELP RETR
NOOP <CRLF>
PWD <CRLF>
CWD <SP> <path-name> <CRLF>
Moves to a directory as follows, depending on whether a
directory is specified with <path-name>.
• Directory specified: To the specified directory
• No specification: To the root directory
Input example: CWD General
CDUP <CRLF>
MKD <SP> <path-name> <CRLF>
RMD <SP> <path-name> <CRLF>

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