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#3627 Filezilla does not handle low diskspace conditions correctly watzo

OS: Windows XP SP2 Filezilla version: 3.1.0

  • steps to reproduce:
  • download one or more files exceeding the available disk space
  • actual result:
  • Filezilla logs the transfer failure in its log pane (Error: error while writing local file)
  • the incomplete file(s) are left in the directory
  • the transfers do not show up under failed transfers
  • expected result:
  • the transfers are added to the failed transfers pane
  • no remnants of the incomplete file remain in the target directory (in general I would appreciate a more atomic approach to Filezilla's transfers, e.g. first download to a temporary directory, move to final destination after successful transfer).
#4414 rejected All text boxes populated with domain name Chris

When I create a new site, all the text boxes are populate the the domain name for my site. This includes the ftp port, the local and remote default directories - I can't seem to be able to save the new site, so I'm having to roll back to an older version.

#3661 Could not read from transfer socket: ECONNABORTED wattmil


My computer is running under Windows XP SP2

I experience a bug with the version of filezilla, i can't connect anymore to my ftpes server (proftpd 1.3.0 with TLS/SSL mod encryption activated and Linux Debian 4 2.6.18-6-686). Note that previous version of filezilla works fine with my ftpes server.

The connexion works fine till the LIST command where these errors are writting on the screen :

Commande : LIST Réponse : 150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for file list Statut : Server did not properly shut down TLS connection Erreur : Could not read from transfer socket: ECONNABORTED - Connection aborted Réponse : 226 Transfer complete. Erreur : Échec à la lecture du contenu du répertoire


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