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XCRC FTP command

Updated May 5, 2017

Overview

This article provides information on Cyclic Redundancy Check (XCRC) FTP command. 

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All Serv-U versions

Detail

The XCRC hash command asks the server to perform a cyclic redundancy check using the CRC-32 algorithm on the specified file. If the XCRC command is supported, the server will respond with the result of the calculation. FTP clients can use this command to verify that the file was transferred without corruption by comparing the server's response with its own calculation.

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