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#7983 fixed Error: GnuTLS error -9: A TLS packet with unexpected length was received. Don

The "summary" error occurs on line 553 in the Log File after "Response: 226-File successfully transferred" on line 546. It appears the error causes FileZilla to attempt to download the file again which results in the "File already exists" dialog. I assume it is the same thing that is occuring on two other files when backing up a WordPress installation from a GoDaddy Virtual Dedicated Server. If I select the default option to overwrite, it will loop on transferring the same file over and over for 20 minutes or more. Other than these 3 files, the transfers complete successfully. I have also noticed that the file on my Windows 7 Professional system has the current date instead of the source file date when this happens.

#5056 fixed FileZilla hangs when starting up in OS X 10.6.2 Don Leckie

FileZilla has been working fine until today. The software update was from Apple to update Airport Utility. But I don't think that would cause FileZilla not to launch.

Attached is the crash report sent to Apple and also the FileZilla Diagnostic report.

My System: MacPro 3,1 (Early 2008) Processors: 2 x 2.8GHz 8 core Intel Xeon Kernel Mode: 64-bit Memory: 18GB Disks: 1 x 320GB, 2 x 1TB, 1 x 2TB Optical Drive: Apple SuperDrive WebCam: Logitech Pro-9000 Modem: Apple External Network: 1GB Ethernet Network drive: 1 x Apple 2TB Time Capsule

Thank you, Don Leckie

#9335 duplicate Don't move skipped files to successful transfers list. jakub Donkie

As the summary says, this would make it a lot easier to verify which files were actually uploaded. I often use "Skip if same filesize" which, has happened that it skipped a file I wanted to upload because they had exactly the same filesize. It's also just generally nice to see which files were uploaded.

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