sftp batch mode

#!/bin/bash
#written by Andrew Stringer 25/07/2011 onwards
#This script is intended to be run from cron hourly
#It will ftp all the files it finds to remote ftp server

#turn on debugging, -x starts, +x stops
set +x

BASE=/wworks_ftp/bar_ia
SCRIPTS=${BASE}/scripts
UPLOADS=${BASE}/uploads
ARCHIVE=${BASE}/archive
EMAIL=${SCRIPTS}/emailtmp-$$
MAILTO=andrew.stringer@xxx.com
SENDEMAIL=no
DATENUM=`date +%d`
#Test to force 1st of the month
#DATENUM=01
if [ $DATENUM == 01 ]
then
      MONTHTEST=" - 1st of the month test email."
      SENDEMAIL=yes
fi

SFTP=/usr/bin/sftp
IAFTP=123.123.123.123
IAUSER=username
IAPASSWD=password

PUBKEY=${SCRIPTS}/incomeaccess.pub
PRIVKEY=${SCRIPTS}/incomeaccess.key
OPTIONS="-oIdentityFile=${PRIVKEY}"


#add trailing / to IABASEPATH if set, this copes when base path is just /
IABASEPATH=
REG=${IABASEPATH}downloads
SALES=${IABASEPATH}sales



#write out start of email log file
echo "From /wworks_ftp/bar_ia_ftp/scripts/ia_ftpupload.sh on xx-cms01 at `date +%H:%M:%S` UTC." > ${EMAIL}
echo "" >> ${EMAIL}


echo "File upload to Incomes Access" >> ${EMAIL}
echo "=============================" >> ${EMAIL}
echo "" >> ${EMAIL}


#Outer loop controls Registration and Sales loops
for FILETYPE in REG SALES
do

        #Test to see if files are present to ftp.
        #If files exist (rc=0), carry on.
        #If not, continue to next part of loop
        echo "Filetype to test is ${FILETYPE}"
        ls  ${UPLOADS}/*${FILETYPE}* > /dev/null 2>&1
        FILESEXIST=$?
        #echo "filesexist is $FILESEXIST"
        if [[ $FILESEXIST != 0 ]]
        then
                echo "No files of type ${FILETYPE} to send to IA" >> ${EMAIL}
                echo " "  >> ${EMAIL}
                echo "------- "  >> ${EMAIL}
                continue
        fi


        #Inner loop actually sends files
        for FILE in `ls -1 ${UPLOADS}/*${FILETYPE}*`
        do

        if [[ $FILE =~ csv$ ]]
        then
                #echo "File ends .csv"
                DUMMY=true
        else
                echo "${FILE} does not end .csv, so adding extension." >> ${EMAIL}
                mv ${FILE} ${FILE}.csv
                FILE=${FILE}.csv
                #echo "new filename is ${FILE}"
        fi

        echo "FTP'ing `basename ${FILE}` " >> ${EMAIL}
        echo " " >> ${EMAIL}

        eval IAPATH=\$$FILETYPE
        #echo "IAPATH is eval result is ${IAPATH}"

        #echo "sftp command is:- ${SFTP} ${OPTIONS} ${IAUSER}@${IAFTP}"
        ${SFTP} ${OPTIONS} ${IAUSER}@${IAFTP} << EOF
cd ${IAPATH}
lcd ${UPLOADS}
put ${FILE}
bye
EOF

        SFTPRESULT=$?
        #Force result code for testing
        #SFTPRESULT=1

        if [ ${SFTPRESULT} -eq 0 ]
        then
                echo "Returncode is 0, so moving ${FILE} to archive." >> ${EMAIL}
                echo " "  >> ${EMAIL}
                mv ${FILE} ${ARCHIVE}
        else
                echo "sftp copy of ${FILE} was not successful, return code was ${SFTPRESULT}." >> ${EMAIL}
                echo " "  >> ${EMAIL}
                SENDEMAIL=yes
        fi

        echo "------- "  >> ${EMAIL}

        #end of FILE loop
        done

#end of FILETYPE do
done


#Mail Out
if [  ${SENDEMAIL} == yes ]
then
        #echo ${SENDEMAIL} >> ${EMAIL}
        echo "Sending notification mail at `date +%H:%M:%S` UTC." >> ${EMAIL}
        /bin/mail ${MAILTO} -s "BAR Casino upload to Incomes Access failed.${MONTHTEST}" < ${EMAIL}
else
        #don't send mail, so mail command is commented out. Left in for testing

        #DONTSEND is a dummy statement to prevent an error when everything else is commented out.
        DONTSEND=true

        echo "Sending notification mail at `date +%H:%M:%S` UTC." >> ${EMAIL}
        /bin/mail ${MAILTO} -s "BAR Casino upload to Incomes Access succeded.${MONTHTEST}" < ${EMAIL}
fi

#cleanup
rm ${EMAIL}

exit 0

rb/sftp.txt · Last modified: 10/10/2013 15:21 (external edit)