Opened 10 years ago

Last modified 10 years ago

#5039 new Bug report

Filezilla Seems To Upload Part Files

Reported by: Gary Jackson Owned by:
Priority: normal Component: FileZilla Client
Keywords: incomplete upload Cc:
Component version: Operating system type: Windows
Operating system version: Windows XP Pro SP3

Description

Using Filezilla Client 3.3.0.1

When I upload new files, Filezilla keeps giving me messages that the file already exists, but the pre-existing file is only a part of the original. I keep on having to click on "resume" to continue uploading.

I've used filezilla for over a year on this PC. Never had a problem before.

Change History (2)

comment:1 Changed 10 years ago by Steve Shaffer

Operating system version: Windows xp home editionWindows XP Pro SP3

Same thing happening here.

I can get small files through (< 1MB), but bigger files report that they are uploading (very fast) in the progress pane, then hang at around 10MB. After maybe 5-10 seconds, winodow pops up asking to replace current file, which is always at around file size 1,700,000.

I managed to get a file through that was 1,601,376 bytes, so it seems the problem lies at around 1.5 MB?

comment:2 Changed 10 years ago by geoff du toit

■os_version changed from Windows xp home edition to Windows XP Pro SP3

Same thing happening here. I have been able to upload large folders (in excess of 50MB) containing lots of small images (5-100kb each), but since I've upgraded to Windows XP Pro SP3 I can now only load part files - only half of these small files 180-250kb upload then Filezilla starts transferring again in a loop with each subsequent attempt transferring less and less.

I have been uploading files to my web server for over a year now (on windows xp) and have never before had any transfer, regardless of size, fail to upload.

I suspect that Filezilla is incompatible with Windows XP Pro SP3 - the files are copied much too fast.

The workaround I am using is uploading the files through my webhost's control panel facility, then I only use Filezilla to check that the files have uploaded to the correct size. A pity - Filezilla used to be good.

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