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#7473 rejected Symlinks don't show on client and Owner/Group show as uid Almorca

With Filezilla Client 3.5.0 there are a lot of information that don't show correcly. The symlinks don't show it, owner and group show the uid and permissions show strangely.

Server is ProFTPD 1.3.3d Server (ProFTPD Default Installation) with UNIX Type: L8.

The same ftp work fine with WinSCP.

#8716 fixed Server disconnects before right click operation is finished causes problems Always8bit

This probably doesn't happen very often to anyone, but when I right clicked a file to delete it, while the right click menu was still up, the server disconnected. When I chose to delete the file, it tried to send DELE (or whatever the command is) to the server that isn't connected anymore without trying to reconnect. This just made the DELE command hang until I had to cancel the operation manually.

It's a small bug but it probably is an easy fix.

#11927 rejected Use more memory to reduce drive load Ambiwlans

Currently when I am uploading a large file, FZ server seems to spin up the drive, load one chunk/packet into memory, close the file, upload the file and then repeat. It does this a 2~3 times a second until the file is finished uploading (perhaps several hours later). This is a waste of power and needlessly wears the drive (in the case of a physical drive).

I would love if you could buffer significantly more (many megabytes) into memory to avoid this.

But... obviously pretty low priority given that it sounds difficult to code for the amount of visible payoff. Think of it as helping the environment? For my case use alone it could allow at least one drive to be turned off/spun down several more hours a day.

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