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|Error in Transfer queue
For the last three versions I have had a problem with the transfer queue. I was hoping someone else would have had the problem and it would have gotten fixed...
I finally figured out how and why but not how many. It only seems to show up when it transfer any where from 50+ plus files doesn't seem to matter about the size. But if the server connection seems to hiccup it will start piling up the transfers usually I do 10 at a time. Until all ten transfer spots are full or if the last 1-5 are left then somtimes I can pause them and resume. But most of the time I can't pause or abort. And then it hangs then I get the pop up error message to email you. So that is what it is doing.
Sometimes I can diconnect and that will release them or I have to shut it down and then sometimes they are still in the queue and can reprocess them. Or it really hangs and I have to use the task manager to stop it.
|Transfers only first 8192 bytes.
FileZilla transfers only first 8192 bytes. The progress bar is stuck and does not progress (shows 32% in this case). No errors are generated or reported. Tiny files (I am assuming < 8192 bytes) transfer just fine. I am using SFTP port 22.
I am assuming that v.2.2.xx is using some PC resources that are corrupted and even reinstallation does not fix the issue.
--log from FileZilla v2.2.15 (29 generates the same log)----------------------------------- Command: CONNECT FTPxxxxxxx@…:22 Response: Remote working directory is /Customer/FTPxxxxxxx Status: Connected Status: Starting upload of C:\Documents and Settings\xxxxxxx\My Documents\xxx\from Release Archive\xxxxxxxxx\install\xxxx.jar Command: CD /Customer/FTPxxxxxxx/Adapters/xxxxxxxxx/install/ Response: Remote working directory is now /Customer/FTPxxxxxxx/Adapters/xxxxxxxxx/install/ Command: PUT xxxx.jar C:\Documents and Settings\xxxxxxx\My Documents\xxx\from Release Archive\xxxxxxxxx\install\xxxx.jar FALSE Response: Uploading C:\Documents and Settings\xxxxxxx\My Documents\xxx\from Release Archive\xxxxxxxxx\install\xxxx.jar to xxxx.jar
|Unable to set no default site once it is set
The use of radio buttons in the default site area prevents "unchecking" the feature. Unless I missed something, the only way to undo this is to edit the setting in the XML file/registry or create a fake site, set it as the default, and delete it.
Preferred fix would be to replace radio buttons with check boxes.