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|#3306||3021 Client Corrupting Transfers|
Brand new Win2K install with current updates. Installed FileZilla 3021 to copy some programs and such from another machine on the LAN. Zipfiles seem to go just dandy, but I've discovered numerous .exe and .jpg files that consistently copy incorrectly with no reports of errors. The copy is invariably smaller than the original, but I've determined that the files are NOT simply truncated as I thought initially.
I installed FZ 2232 on the same machine and it transfers the same files perfectly. The server in question is FZ Server 0.9.18 beta, but I don't really think that's an issue because of the following.
I installed FZ 3021 to another machine and attempted to transfer one of the problem files from a Linux machine running vsftpd and ended up with an identically corrupted file (I did a binary compare with one from the other machine).
I'm attaching a jpeg that has this problem.
MD5 of good file: 05872a9ed5da1fe69161a0469e0213ab *bigball.jpg (106228 bytes) MD5 of bad copy: 2655392d8646aeefd912ff9db8ef0b62 *bigball.jpg (40692 bytes)
|#385||332 message code causes problems|
The sunsolve support site returns with a 332 message and expects a response (in order to access patches).
The 332 message sends filezilla for a loop instead of prompting for input.
To replicate, ftp to sunsolve.sun.com with username sunsolve and password sunmicro.
|#11487||rejected||38,000 files directory lisiting fails|
Sorry, I have a lot of files on my server in one folder (over 38K files). Can this be handled with a bug fix? Client is running on Win 7 64 bit, also other OS are affected (but some aren't).
The log message is:
Status: Retrieving directory listing of "/userdata/penepma12/penfluor/Binary (3600 sec)"... Command: CWD /userdata/penepma12/penfluor/Binary (3600 sec) Response: 250 CWD successful. "/userdata/penepma12/penfluor/Binary (3600 sec)" is current directory. Command: PWD Response: 257 "/userdata/penepma12/penfluor/Binary (3600 sec)" is current directory. Command: PASV Response: 227 Entering Passive Mode (128,223,10,53,5,182) Command: MLSD Response: 150 Connection accepted Error: GnuTLS error -9 in gnutls_record_recv: A TLS packet with unexpected length was received. Status: Server did not properly shut down TLS connection Error: Could not read from transfer socket: ECONNABORTED - Connection aborted Response: 226 Transfer OK Error: Failed to retrieve directory listing