Safe files sync hangs on my safe network.

Environment

Server

sn_node: 0.25.39
sn_cli: 0.17.2
sn_auth: 0.0.15
Operating System: 5.4.81-1-MANJARO-ARM aarch64

Client

sn_node: 0.25.39
sn_cli: 0.17.2
sn_auth: 0.0.15
Operating System: 5.4.89-1-MANJARO x86_64

Steps

Server

shell

safe node run-baby-fleming --ip my.ip.v6.address

Client

~/.safe/client/sn_client.config

{
    "hard_coded_contacts": [
        "[2001:983:8610:1:854:efb1:52e6:85a3]:12000"
    ],
    "ip": "your.ip.v6.address",
    "forward_port": false,
    "fresh": true,
    "clean": true
}

shell

safe
files put ~/safe/Bòȥxr/ --recursive
echo "Bòȥxr şakù !\n\n Bonjour chacun !" | tee ~/safe/Bòȥxr/fisj.txt
files sync ~/safe/Bòȥxr/ --recursive
safe cat safe://source_path_of_fisj.txt

Expectations

Client shell

Bòȥxr şakù !

Bonjour chacun !

Results

Client shell

[folaht@pjehrsohmehj Bòȥxr]$ safe files sync ./Bòȥxr/ --recursive
...awaiting data from STDIN stream...
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On the 4th line, Bozxr is written with a regular ‘z’. Can that have anything to do with your problem? Have you tried this procedure without diacritics, or without ipv6?

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No.

Yes, same problem.

Will do shortly.

[update]

Same issue.

This command works on a local net? It’s asking for STDIN input, so doesn’t seem like it’s hanging internally so much as its waiting for some input. If not input from you, the user, then it’s internally piping something over stdin and it’s not being received for some reason. Might be a bug in sn_cli… Not in front of it right now, just tossing out some ideas