Opened 18 years ago

Last modified 17 years ago

#784 closed Bug report

Permission Error

Reported by: roneng Owned by: Alexander Schuch
Priority: normal Component: FileZilla Client
Keywords: Cc: roneng, Alexander Schuch, Tim Kosse
Component version: Operating system type:
Operating system version:



I've found a bug while trying to transfer a file from a
Solaris 8 system to a Win2k3 system (NTFS).

I had no permission on the windows machine but
FileZilla transfered the file anyway.

When I looked into the transfered directory the file
wasn't there although the FileZilla log indicated that the
file transfer was completed successfully.

When I tried it again it prompted me that the file is
already there and would I like to override it - which can't
be true (as you can rembere I don't have any writing
permissions on the windows machine).


Change History (5)

comment:1 by Tim Kosse, 18 years ago

It's not exactly clear for me, did you upload or download?
What was the used client and server software (including
version number)
Also, do you have some logs which you could post?

comment:2 by roneng, 18 years ago

I tried to download from a Solaris 8 (the built in FTP server),
to a Win2k3 system (NTFS) with FileZilla v2.2.9.

The logs are in the message log window and the transfer
queue. I can cut and paste them but you should try it on
your own.


comment:3 by Tim Kosse, 18 years ago

The existance of local files is not cached in FileZilla and
checked each time you want to transfer a file. So the file
you have downloaded has to be somewhere on your machine if
FileZilla asks to overwrite it.

comment:4 by Alexander Schuch, 17 years ago

Seems as if the file got downloaded somewhere else (to
another path/directory)...

Can you please check if this problem persists using current
FileZilla 2 or FileZilla 3 beta?

comment:5 by sf-robot, 17 years ago

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