Server won't release files after ungraceful xfer interrupt
|Reported by:||Christian Schroeder||Owned by:|
|Keywords:||Cc:||Christian Schroeder, Tim Kosse|
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My router reboots a lot, and that's another subject I'm working on elsewhere. Nonetheless, when this happens, and I'm engaged in an upload from my home machine using Client to my work machine running Server, that drop in connection seems to confuse Filezilla server and doesn't let the client side resume transferring that file. All that happens is that the client runs up to the maximum number of permitted retries (very quickly) and then it moves on to the next upload file in the quue, stating the former file had too many retries. It's almost as if the non-graceful transfer termination causes server to not release the handle on the file, and hence it can't open up a new handle (even though it still has the old handle) so that a proper resume could take place.
Even if it wasn't that my router reboots all the time, that's probably something that should be fixed, I would think, as Filezilla should be able to work around that for any number of connection quality issues
Client is 2.2.31. Server is 0.9.23.
Thanks for your help and your time.