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This is a great idea. I've built custom workflows to accomplish this ask; however, throttling mechanisms for all the SFTP Operations would be great. Extend this to file size as well. e.g. after picking up 1 GB worth of files, continue the rest of the BP.
In the case of SFTP LS, a limit on the data coming back would be nice especially since Listing a directory too large will crash the adapter.