Opened 16 years ago

Last modified 14 years ago

#855 closed Bug report

2.2.29 fzsftp tacks CPU to 100%

Reported by: luegner Owned by: Alexander Schuch
Priority: normal Component: FileZilla Client
Keywords: Cc: luegner, Alexander Schuch, nek, funkdafied
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I've noticed that after I leave filezilla connected to
a server through an sftp connection that it tacks the
CPU to 100% and continues to do so until I close the
program. This happens in version 2.2.12c.

Change History (6)

comment:1 by luegner, 16 years ago

This is still happening on 2.2.13c. It looks as though
fzsftp.exe isn't tacking the CPU to 100% but FileZilla.exe.

fzsftp.exe remains at around 8% usage.

comment:2 by nek, 16 years ago

I get the same bug with 2.2.14b ans sftp connextion,
filezilla.exe takes 100% cpu after a few minutes, it seems
that it's linked to time out, but occurs even if keep alive
is disabled. More over, i can't do anything in filezilla
when in this situation: no remote refresh, no connection
close, not even reconnect. The only solution is to close it.

comment:3 by funkdafied, 16 years ago

I am also getting this problem (v2.2.14b).

comment:4 by Alexander Schuch, 14 years ago

There have been lots of changes in fzsftp (and FileZilla 2) since then. Can you please try the most recent version of FileZilla 2 and check if the problem still persists?

You can of course try FileZilla 3 (beta) as well - SFTP support is implemented there already.

comment:5 by funkdafied, 14 years ago

I stil get the problem in 2.2.29. I have a dual-core system and it's actually FileZilla.exe that goes to full usage (~50% i.e. one core) and fzsftp.exe stays at around 10%. FileZilla becomes unresponsive and I have to restart it.

However, I just tried 3.0.0-beta2 and it seems to be ok.. i will test it more though.

comment:6 by Alexander Schuch, 14 years ago

It seems as this bug is the same as:
[ 1338012 ] Filezilla Hangs in SFTP+ClientAliveInterval

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