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|#341||Client goes CRAZY!!...|
...when pressing "Process the queue" button while not connected. I got instantly banned from the ftp due to 40 retries a sec. I want the client to start downloading (processing the que) when i get connected
|#342||Problems changing directory on remote host|
As an example, we use Novell as our FTP server.
We cannot CD to <server>/<volume>/<path>
Client always seems to remove the second leading slash leaving us with "cd /<server>/<volume>/<path>"
Furthermore, client always appends another / to the end (and, it appears, the beginning) of any directory that doesn't have it. Relative pathing is a good thing (for example, ~ is very handy but doesn't work).
It'd be nice to have a hotkey bound to changing the directory, too.
|#343||upload very slow with no speed limit set|
When uploading a file using FileZilla in my intranet from Win2k to IBM AIX, it takes about 2 minutes to upload a 8MB file. Achieving a 79KB/s throughput.
When using ftp in the MSDOS command prompt, it takes about 3 seconds. However, download files in the same environment only takes about 3 seconds. Upload from Win2k to Win2k machines took 30 seconds with FileZilla while ftp from command prompt took 3 seconds. There is no speed limit set.