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#4460 fixed FileZilla Client retry too fast during data transfer smallasia
Description

In FileZilla Client, there is an option:

Settings -> Connection -> Reconnection settings -> Delay between failed login attempts

When I connect to the FTP server this option is effective for the control connection. However after the connection established and file is being downloaded, this option seems to be ignored for the data connections.

If the server activated anti-hammering protection and limited the maximum number of simultaneous logins I will immediately being banned.

FileZilla version tried: ANY version, even the latest 3.2.4 (as of 27th APR 2009)

Sample log: (The example below used TLS connection, Maximum number of retries: 2, Delay between failed login attempts: 5)

16:55:33	Status:	Connecting to [server ip]:21...
16:55:33	Status:	Connection established, waiting for welcome message...
16:55:33	Response:	220 FTP server ready.
16:55:33	Command:	AUTH TLS
16:55:33	Response:	234 AUTH Command OK. Initializing SSL
16:55:33	Status:	Initializing TLS...
16:55:33	Status:	Verifying certificate...
16:55:33	Command:	USER [username]
16:55:33	Status:	TLS/SSL connection established.
16:55:33	Response:	331 User name received, need password.
16:55:33	Command:	PASS ********
16:55:33	Response:	230 Ok
16:55:33	Command:	CLNT FileZilla
16:55:33	Response:	200 Noted.
16:55:33	Command:	OPTS UTF8 ON
16:55:33	Response:	200 UTF8 ON
16:55:33	Command:	PBSZ 0
16:55:33	Response:	200 PBSZ Command OK. Protection buffer size set to 0.
16:55:33	Command:	PROT P
16:55:33	Response:	200 PROT Command OK. Using Private data connection
16:55:33	Status:	Connected
16:55:33	Status:	Retrieving directory listing...
16:55:33	Command:	PWD
16:55:33	Response:	257 "/" is working directory.
16:55:33	Status:	Directory listing successful
16:55:43	Status:	Retrieving directory listing...
16:55:43	Command:	CWD downloads
16:55:43	Response:	250 CWD Command successful.
16:55:43	Command:	PWD
16:55:43	Response:	257 "/downloads/" is working directory.
16:55:43	Command:	TYPE I
16:55:43	Response:	200 Type set to I.
16:55:43	Command:	PASV
16:55:43	Response:	227 Entering Passive Mode ([server ip],9,152).
16:55:43	Command:	MLSD
16:55:44	Response:	150 File status okay; about to open data connection.
16:55:44	Response:	226 Closing data connection.
16:55:44	Status:	Directory listing successful
16:56:00	Status:	Connecting to [server ip]:21...
16:56:00	Status:	Connection established, waiting for welcome message...
16:56:00	Response:	220 FTP server ready.
16:56:00	Command:	AUTH TLS
16:56:00	Response:	234 AUTH Command OK. Initializing SSL
16:56:00	Status:	Initializing TLS...
16:56:00	Status:	Verifying certificate...
16:56:00	Command:	USER [username]
16:56:00	Status:	TLS/SSL connection established.
16:56:00	Response:	331 User name received, need password.
16:56:00	Command:	PASS ********
16:56:00	Response:	530 Maximum number of simultaneous logins reached
16:56:00	Error:	Could not connect to server
16:56:00	Status:	Connecting to [server ip]:21...
16:56:00	Status:	Connection established, waiting for welcome message...
16:56:00	Response:	220 FTP server ready.
16:56:00	Command:	AUTH TLS
16:56:00	Response:	234 AUTH Command OK. Initializing SSL
16:56:00	Status:	Initializing TLS...
16:56:01	Status:	Verifying certificate...
16:56:01	Command:	USER [username]
16:56:01	Status:	TLS/SSL connection established.
16:56:01	Response:	331 User name received, need password.
16:56:01	Command:	PASS ********
16:56:01	Response:	530 Maximum number of simultaneous logins reached
16:56:01	Error:	Could not connect to server
16:56:01	Status:	Connecting to [server ip]:21...
16:56:01	Status:	Connection established, waiting for welcome message...
16:56:01	Response:	220 FTP server ready.
16:56:01	Command:	AUTH TLS
16:56:01	Response:	234 AUTH Command OK. Initializing SSL
16:56:01	Status:	Initializing TLS...
16:56:01	Status:	Verifying certificate...
16:56:01	Command:	USER [username]
16:56:01	Status:	TLS/SSL connection established.
16:56:01	Response:	331 User name received, need password.
16:56:01	Command:	PASS ********
16:56:01	Response:	530 Maximum number of simultaneous logins reached
16:56:01	Error:	Could not connect to server
#4467 fixed Unable to Un-install FileZilla Server rockkerr0
Description

The uninstall icon is disabled - tried to us my windows XP control panel to remove - unable

PLEASE ADVISE

Thank you,

#4472 fixed Sumary status onm selected files/directories is wrong if multiple selection is used Marco Freudenberger
Description

The summary status on number of selected files / bytes is wrong (too many files) if multiple files are selected using CTRL, SHIFT+CTRL keys. once wrong, the status stays wrong until a single files is selected. Also the sum of file sizes is wrong. It looks like a file is calculated in two times if it was selected using CTRL+left mbutton if CTRL+SHIFT+left mbutton is pressed to extend the selection. The wrong behaviour exists both for local and remote file selections.

Example / how to reproduce:

  • Open a folder with 8 files of 1024 bytes each (just as an example).
  • Select the 1st file (left mouse button). The summary shows "1 file selected. Total size: 1.024 Bytes" [correct]
  • Select the 3rd file (CTRL + left m.button). The summary shows "2 file selected. Total size: 2.048 Bytes" [correct]
  • Extend the selection to include files 4+5, by pressing CTRL+SHIFT+l.m.button. There are 4 files selected. Summary shows "5 files selected. Total size: 5.120 Bytes" [WRONG !]

Example attached (see ..._ex1.png)

Additional info: The problem always starts when you use CTRL+SHIFT+MOUSE. e.g. select single file 1, CTRL+SHIFT+click file 5 shows "6 files selected", although only 5 are selected. if I continue to CTRL+SHIFT+LMB click alternating on file 1 and file 5 there are still only 5 files selected, but status grows by +5 files (and their size) everytime I do this.

Example attached (see ..._ex2.png)

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