Ticket #4417 (closed Bug report: fixed)

Opened 6 years ago

Last modified 5 years ago

Site Manager already open

Reported by: Aussie_mlb Owned by:
Priority: high Component: FileZilla Client
Keywords: Site Manager already open Cc: mwestbury@…, filezilla@…
Operating system type: OS X Operating system version: 10.5.6 (OSX)

Description

I have users on an Open Directory, their home folder is located on a remote Xsan so they can move to different machines and hold their settings, when opening Filezilla they can use everything except Site Manager. When clicking on site manager the Error pops up:
Site Manager already open

The Site Manager is apened in another instance of FileZilla 3. Do you want to continue? Any changes made in the Site Manager won't be saved then.
and "NO" and "YES" buttons.
Yes opens the Site manager but nothing will save.
I have looked at the settings and the .Filezilla folder is on the remote server instead of locally on the machine.
Is there anyway to point the folder? or a fix for this issue?
I am able to go to the sitemanager.xml on the server and put info in the xml it will appear in the site manager but it will not accept any new connections, and i have users who are always updating settings.

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Site Manager error.png Download (39.6 KB) - added by Aussie_mlb 6 years ago.
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Site Manager error.jpg Download (39.6 KB) - added by Aussie_mlb 6 years ago.
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Change History

Changed 6 years ago by Aussie_mlb

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Changed 6 years ago by Aussie_mlb

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Changed 5 years ago by joelnyc

  • cc filezilla@… added

I have the exact same environment/setup and I am having the exact same problem.

I can create a symbolic link for the .filezilla folder to point to a location on the local computer. And then it works. But this is not a good workaround since my users move from computer to computer. Leaving preferences (and login information!) in shared locations is not an option.

Changed 5 years ago by codesquid

  • status changed from new to moreinfo

Does your network filesystem support locking?

Changed 5 years ago by Aussie_mlb

  • status changed from moreinfo to new

I don't specifically know what you are asking for? I have a the users home folder stored on the apple server (xsan attached). I do not see any locked folders, i am able to see the file on my desktop and when i look at the location of the file, it is located on the xsan drive attached to the server.

Changed 5 years ago by codesquid

  • status changed from new to moreinfo

Does the filesystem support advisory file locking through the fcntl syscall?

Changed 5 years ago by joelnyc

  • status changed from moreinfo to new

I am not sure what that means (and a quick googling didn't help). Our filesystem (on both the server and on the local machines) is HFS+ with Journaling enabled.

Changed 5 years ago by joelnyc

I am still having this problem with the latest version. Any thoughts? Don't make me use Cyberduck. ;)

Changed 5 years ago by codesquid

  • status changed from new to moreinfo

Please try the upcoming 2009-09-22 build from http://filezilla-project.org/nightly.php

Changed 5 years ago by joelnyc

  • status changed from moreinfo to new

It worked! Using the 2009-09-22 build seems to have fixed the problem. Thanks!

Changed 5 years ago by codesquid

  • status changed from new to closed
  • resolution set to fixed
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