All files were delivered successfully today, indicating that there is no issue with server configuration.
All non-adobe data transfers worked fine while adobe reports were failing to deliver.
Files that were scheduled for delivery but did not arrive had plenty of data in them, so it was not the cause.
In order to make sure that this issue does not happen again, we decided to duplicate ALL scheduled reports and run them multiple times for the previous day, ensuing that even something funky happens with adobe servers at 3am, another attempt to deliver files will be made at 5am.
If someone has a better solution than one that we decided on, please post it here.
2. try moving some files in the ftp create a new folder and move in and out of it
3. check with request ID's in Data warehouse request manager to validate with the errors or you can check with the client care team to share the logs if it looks like an issue with Adobe schedule delivery.
Message that references incomplete files is a placeholder that is added to every failed data transfer. If you look at the logs, you will see that client connected to the FTP server, logged in with correct credentials and simply disconnected instead of even attempting to transfer files.
We have a monitoring service(hosted externally) that was able to communicate with FTP server during attempted file transfer (therefore, not a network outage).
What if you manually login delete all present files. The message references incomplete files maybe a read/write error on ftp server. Some network interruption may have corrupted the files and now rewriting them isn't possible, causing new uploads to fail.