File allegedly uploaded to remote site not actually there
|Reported by:||WightKnight||Owned by:|
|Component version:||Operating system type:||Windows|
|Operating system version:||7, 64-bit|
I wanted to split a remote file V.htm into two, V1.htm and V2.htm, and then replace the original V.htm with "See V1.htm and V2.htm". That meant opening local V twice (in NotePad), to edit into V1 and V2, and then creating a new local V. V1 and V2 uploaded to remote just fine, but my attempt to upload new V went badly wrong. Even though FileZilla reported the transfer of V as going okay (several times) and showed remote V as exactly the same as local new V, my website resolutely delivered old V to all comers. Something had got stuck in a local FileZilla buffer or cache, presumably due to my folly. Sorting that out required a huge hassle of hunting for file copies, deleting, using different names, rebooting etc.