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#855 2.2.29 fzsftp tacks CPU to 100% Alexander Schuch luegner

I've noticed that after I leave filezilla connected to a server through an sftp connection that it tacks the CPU to 100% and continues to do so until I close the program. This happens in version 2.2.12c.

#1215 2.2.30: Can't start SFTP process, FzSFtp.exe "missing" jtdarlington

I recently upgraded from 2.2.29 to 2.2.30. 2.2.29 was working flawlessly before the upgrade. Immediately after upgrading, SFTP stopped working. Upon trying to connect, FileZilla would report in the log window:

Error: Can't start SFTP process. Please ensure that the file 'FzSFtp.exe' is in the same folder as 'FileZilla.exe' Error: Unable to connect!

It would then retry several times with a pause in between tries. All attempts would fail. I went to my FileZilla installation folder (C:\Program Files\FileZilla) and verified that the program FzSFtp.exe did exist. When I opened a command prompt in that folder and manually executed that command, I got:

C:\Program Files\FileZilla>fzsftp Program too big to fit in memory

No configuration changes were made between the working version of 2.2.29 and the upgrade. Downgrading back to 2.2.29 let FileZilla start working again, so I'm assuming something changed in 2.2.30 that broke FzSFtp.exe. I was able to reproduce this problem on two different systems (one XP Pro SP2, the other XP Home SP2).

#589 2.2.4f crashes every time an offline drive is accessed anonymous

I can make filezilla crash immediately every time I switch the local file view to a mapped network drive to a file share that is offline. I usually have the M drive mapped to
PSI-XP\c$ and when I'm at work, that share is unavailable. Through windows XP I'm able to make that share available using windows offline files. Trouble is that whenever I point the local file view to the M drive, FileZilla immedately crashes with the following popup:

Runtime Error! Program: C:\Program Files\FileZilla\FileZilla.exe

This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way. Please contact the application's support team for more information.

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