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|#2165||Ability to Fix Corrupt Files|
I am speaking to functionality similar to the 'RemenDeKO' or 'Remote File Fixer' programs found on sourceforge. The idea is that you divide the file up into blocks and use CRC to check the integrity of each block. Then, only the corrupted blocks need to be re-transferred instead of the entire file.
This would be particularly useful after downloading a very large file or over a slower connection.
The problem with the programs mentioned above is that they require user participation on both ends of the file transfer. It would be much more convenient to have this functionality built directly into an ftp server/client, so that the task could be automated.
|#4863||duplicate||Ability to change Server process priority|
This one would be a very useful feature especially considering I've seen FZ server use up to 12% CPU on high load. Because the server runs in the background it's always activated. So I don't want it arbitrarily slowing down my computer when I'm doing something intensive. Also I know there are those people out there who would like to have it the other way around and use their server at high prio on dedicated machines.
I don't know what language FZ is written in but in VB it's dead easy to implement such a feature with SetPriorityClass. All itwould need is an entry to read and write to in the .ini advertising the feature, an option with the priority somewhere in the UI, (Realtime, AboveNormal, Normal, BelowNormal, and Low) and a bit of code that would apply the setting at two points - on startup and on saving settings. Sounds like fifteen minutes of work.
|#8039||fixed||Ability to edit files from Remote File Search list|
I find the remote file search very useful but also restricting. For example, I often search for error logs and having several subdomains I end up with a long list.
Invariably I want to open a file to see, and often edit its contents but I can't do so without waiting for the search to finish (or stopping the search).
Could I suggest one or more of the following in order of preference: