Snapshot is uploading, but the files are 'landing' in the root directory.
Here is the relevant bit from the log:
2016-04-22 12:32:05: Login success.
2016-04-22 12:32:09: Home/Root: /home/wordpressBackup/
2016-04-22 12:32:09: Changing Directory: /home/wordpressBackup/intl
2016-04-22 12:32:09: sFTP: Failed to MKDIR: /home/wordpressBackup/intl
2016-04-22 12:32:09: PUT file success:
I have tried logging into the remote dir from the shell with the same user and I am able to CD, and even MKDIR. Additionally I have changed the wordpressBackup home folder to 777 and applied that to all sub folders and files. Lastly I made sure that the user and group are set to wordpressBackup.
I've started logging the SFTP daemon at debug level on the destination server.
Here is a snippet from the log.
Apr 22 12:30:43 site sftp-server: session opened for local user wordpressBackup from [188.8.131.52]
Apr 22 12:30:43 site sftp-server: received client version 3
Apr 22 12:30:44 site sftp-server: realpath "."
Apr 22 12:30:44 site sftp-server: open "/home/wordpressBackup/snapshot-1461278816-160422-191550-8241a8b9.zip" flags WRITE,CREATE,TRUNCATE mode 0666
Apr 22 12:30:44 site sftp-server: sent status Success
many more lines 'sent status Success'
One other thing I tried was removing the 'intl' directory on the chance that the plugin needed to create the dir, but it made no difference. I also tried using both relative and absolute paths for the remote dir, with and without the trailing slash. Still the same result.
I'm left wondering what else I can do to track this issue down.....