Opened 18 years ago
Last modified 15 years ago
#2252 new Feature request
way to build or create a transfer queue
|Reported by:||rafaelrichmond||Owned by:|
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Looking for a way to "build" or "create" a transfer queue
easily from the existing Site Manager. In other words,
have a way to easily select a number of files to transfer
and "tag" them, while also have a way to easily select a
number of sites and "tag" them to create a queue. This
will enable the "build a queue mode" whereas you send
a number of files to multiple sites (e.g. 500 sites within a
LAN/WAN environment) and have the system work
through the queue without manual intervention.
Change History (3)
comment:1 by , 15 years ago
|Component:||Other → FileZilla Client|
|Status:||new → moreinfo|
comment:2 by , 15 years ago
|Status:||moreinfo → new|
I now see that it is not possible to be able to add those file to the queue for like 500 servers.
So it seems you want to be able to right-click and "tag" a file or directory, and then connect to a couple of servers in order to "upload tagged items to this directory, preserving the relative directory tree".
This needs more thinking to be able to make it work in both ways.
comment:3 by , 15 years ago
So the steps actually are:
1) define a set of files/directories (tagging)
2) upload that set of items to several servers (build a queue and process it)
I am not quite sure how exactly you mean this.
For now, FileZilla has the "add to queue" option in the context menu. This way, you can connect to a server, make sure that remote and local panes are the correct directories and then "add to queue" whatever item you want. Then, you can repeat this with any other server. Finally, use the "process queue" button to start the queue.
Isn't this what you mean?