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#699 /reload-config only works when logged in mlarsonoid

I want to be able to use the /reload-config option for FileZilla server to reset passwords without stopping and re-starting the server. On multiple Windows platforms, it worked fine if I was logged in and ran it manually from a command prompt. I run an SSH session using PuTTY and it did not return an error, but it did not work either. Then I tried using the command line scheudler (AT command) and that did not do the trick either. I was thinking it might be a user privelage level, even though I did not get any access denied errors. Then I tried wrapping the command into a service written in c# running with admin privelages, no luck there too. My end goal is to create an ASP.NET page for resetting password. The class performing this would ideally invoke the "FileZilla Server /reload-config

BTW: FileZilla is awesome and it rules!

#1094 0 Byte Uploads -> timeout! maconey


i'm uploading the newest version of wordpress with filezilla, and there are some 0 bytes files.

This is the log of a 0 byte file:

[...] Status: Starte Upload von T:\Temp\wordpress\wp-includes\js\tinymce\plugins\autosave\langs\sv.js Befehl: TYPE A Antwort: 200 Type set to A Befehl: PASV Antwort: 227 Entering Passive Mode (XXX,XXX,XXX,XXX,XXX,XXX). Befehl: STOR sv.js Antwort: 150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for sv.js Fehler: Timeout entdeckt! Fehler: Upload fehlgeschlagen [...]

This happens with every 0 byte file.

#1087 0 Mb Size Calculation Alexander Schuch Edward

I know it's petty, but it's hard to guage if my transfer went through correctly if it says that the file size is 0 Mb. Even as little as 10.24 Kb is still .01 Mb

I'd like to see Mb display in fractions thereof, rather than whole numbers and zeros. I'm submitting my petty request as a bug because the majority of my ASCii files show as 0 Mb. I've attached a screenshot to express the frustration.

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