Opened 18 years ago

Last modified 18 years ago

#40 closed Bug report

Incorrect year listed

Reported by: coffeekid Owned by: Tim Kosse
Priority: low Component: Other
Keywords: Cc: coffeekid, Tim Kosse
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Description

The year on the remote site displays 2000 when the
real date is 2001 after I change my system clock back
a week or a month.

Attachments (2)

Y2K_SystemClock10-13-2001.jpg (154.2 KB) - added by coffeekid 18 years ago.
Incorrect Year
Y2K_SystemClock11-15-2001.jpg (153.2 KB) - added by coffeekid 18 years ago.
Correct Year

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Change History (3)

Changed 18 years ago by coffeekid

Incorrect Year

Changed 18 years ago by coffeekid

Correct Year

comment:1 Changed 18 years ago by Tim Kosse

It's not a bug, it's related to the date/time format the
FTP server uses. For files older than 1 year, the server
displays the year, month and day of the file. For younger
files, the sever sends the time instead of the year.
For the young files, if a date specified by the month and
day is higher then the current month and day, this file was
created last year, else it was created this year.
So when you change your clock back, FileZilla thinks that
the files on the server are from last year since their
month/day is higher.

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