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#7410 fixed Renaming local file overrides existing Atul Jha Peter Slivka
Description

When I try to rename local file to name that already exists, it overrides that file.

Example: I have 2 files test test1 renaming test1 to test replace test file without warning.

Trying the same on remote server throws alert saying filename already exists, what is good.

#7417 fixed Site Manager crashes Filezilla James Moe
Description

When I select File::Site Manager from the menu bar, a progress bar briefly appears and is replaced with a crash reporter.

I've attached a crash report from the Gnome system.

Here is the About info: FileZilla Client


Version: 3.5.0

Build information:

Compiled for: x86_64-pc-linux-gnu Compiled on: x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu Build date: 2011-05-22 Compiled with: x86_64-linux-gnu-gcc (Debian 4.4.5-8) 4.4.5 Compiler flags: -g -O2 -Wall -g -fexceptions -std=gnu++0x

Linked against:

wxWidgets: 2.8.12 GnuTLS: 2.8.6

Operating system:

Name: Linux 2.6.34.8-0.2-desktop x86_64 Version: 2.6

#7419 fixed Memory leak under load on x64 system barry.clarke@speedwellweather.com
Description

Host: Windows Server 2008 SP2 x64

Version: FileZilla Server 0.9.39

Issue: Filezilla server process consumes an increasing amount of memory under load. On a busy system over few days to a week it eventually reaches 2GB of memory and ceases responding. A restart of the service resets usage to ~5MB, and growth begins again.

Observations: We have two instances of FZ server running on x64, a service system and a soon-to-be service system. So I have an opportunity if you can come up with tests to run.

It appears that each connection consumes a small amount of memory that is not released.

I am running the filezilla service under a domain account. switching to localsystem does not cure the issue.

This does not appear to happen on a 32-bit host machine we have that runs FZ server - this is an older version though and is not necessarily a fair test.

Over the last day or so I have had fun creating different types of load profiles. I've not been utterly scientific about this but have tested:

Single client instance repeatedly uploading/downloading 10MB file - little problem

Single client instance repeatedly uploading/downloading 10KB file - some leak

Multiple client instances repeatedly uploading/downloading 5Byte files - large leak.

Attached is a zipfile containing: ftpit.cmd - the script I used to create the files and the parallel connections. ftptest.txt - the ftp commands run to create activity (ftp-b is a cname to the server)

Open to suggestions/ideas/observations.

thanks!

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