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|#879||SFTP using SSH2 garbles line endings|
When downloading a text file from an OpenSSH or SSH2 server using the connection type "SFTP using SSH2", line endings become strange binary character(s) (a square, in Windows Notepad).
Downloading the same set test files from various SSH2 and OpenSSH servers using the OpenSSH sftp client does not result in this problem.
|#882||unable to access directories with leading/trailing spaces|
It appears that if someone has created a directory on an ftp server with a leading or trailing space in the directory name (i.e. " directoryname" or "directoryname "), the FileZilla client (Windows, v2.2.13c) is unable to descend into that directory. I believe this to be an issue with the client rather than the server since I am unable to duplicate this issue with gftp under Linux or coreftp under Windows.
Logs on the server side look like FileZilla is stripping the leading / trailing spaces off the file names (directories in test below are named " leading space" and "trailing space ":
dsl-100.netexpress.net UNKNOWN nobody [18/May/2005:11:08:19 -0500] "USER shagz" 331 - dsl-100.netexpress.net UNKNOWN shagz [18/May/2005:11:08:20 -0500] "PASS (hidden)" 230 - dsl-100.netexpress.net UNKNOWN shagz [18/May/2005:11:08:20 -0500] "FEAT" 211 - dsl-100.netexpress.net UNKNOWN shagz [18/May/2005:11:08:20 -0500] "SYST" 215 - dsl-100.netexpress.net UNKNOWN shagz [18/May/2005:11:08:20 -0500] "PWD" 257 - dsl-100.netexpress.net UNKNOWN shagz [18/May/2005:11:08:25 -0500] "CWD leading space" 550 - dsl-100.netexpress.net UNKNOWN shagz [18/May/2005:11:08:29 -0500] "CWD trailing space" 550 -
client -side logs are attached.
The server this was discovered with is a Linux machine running proftpd. I can provide test login credentials if needed.
|#890||Delete many files in directory takes a long time|
In a directory, deleting 500+ files takes a very long time.
Time between each file is longer with more files in queue. Deleting 2000 files may take 30 minutes and more.