Problem with crashing when downloading folder/files very repeatable
|Reported by:||Kevin Fegan||Owned by:|
|Component version:||Operating system type:||Windows|
|Operating system version:||XP PRO|
Using Filezilla 3.2.0 (and also 3.1.6)
Windows XP PRO SP1 on AMD Athalon
Connection is FTP on port 21
Filezilla was working fine on prior version. Upgraded to 3.1.6 in December 2008 and began having some crashes. Upgraded to 3.2.0 today (2008-01-07) and still have problems crashing.
Crash happens nearly every-time I try to download (backup) the Plugins folder for a WordPress Blog. I initiate the download by dragging plugins folder from remote filelist to local filelist. The folder that is being copied does not exist on the local computer prior to initiating the download on Filezilla.
The folder has only 153 files, 16 folders, about 2.5 MB.
Crashes with other folders as well but this is the folder I am working on right now, and it is the folder being copied when the attached logfile was created.
When Filezilla crashes, perhaps 50% to 75% of the download is complete. I get a Windows crash message with these details:
Filezilla USUALLY continues to run behind the Win-error box and sometimes it even completes the files in the queue before the Filezilla window closes.
Sometimes during this downloading, after the Win-error box opens, Filezilla will show a file-exists dialog indicating that a zero-length file already exists at the destination. Of course the file did not exist at the target location before the download because the target folder did not exist then and it was created by Filezilla.