Opened 16 years ago

Last modified 16 years ago

#3371 closed Bug report

Large Files....

Reported by: badboy36 Owned by: Tim Kosse
Priority: normal Component: Other
Keywords: Cc: badboy36, Tim Kosse
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for some time now large files over 120megs stop at 100% and does not progress in the que, tho files under 110megs do not stop at 100% and progress in the que till it comes to the next large in excess of the 120megs to progress in the que the que must first be stopped and then restarted..

Change History (6)

comment:1 by Tim Kosse, 16 years ago

Are you sure it's size based and not time based? Try setting a speed limit. If it happens with smaller files then, it's time based.

comment:2 by badboy36, 16 years ago

i can't tell but all i see is that anything in the que less then 110megs progress in the que to the next file, anthing thats over 120megs do not.. how ever the next large file in the que completes to 100% but does nto progress to the next file.. i can not explain this any further... and i'm not sure which version this started from and i think but i know its has been going like this for a while.. even before i comletely reinstalled windows xp

comment:3 by badboy36, 16 years ago

so far i don't think its time based, i've set a speed limit to 75Kilobyes per second from to the normal unlimited which usually maxes my 256/1500kbit connection

comment:4 by badboy36, 16 years ago

Update, looks like it is something to do with time with filezilla, qued up and downloaded a 350meg and a 103meg file at max speed, the 350 meg file stops at 100%, doesn't progress to the next file.. qued up same sizes in Cuteftp and no problem...

comment:5 by Tim Kosse, 16 years ago

Please _uninstall_ all firewalls (which is the only safe way to fully disable them) and try again.

comment:6 by sf-robot, 16 years ago

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