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Very slow connection, restarts from beginning, zeros out prior files #1037

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cyberduck opened this issue Feb 20, 2007 · 0 comments
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Very slow connection, restarts from beginning, zeros out prior files #1037

cyberduck opened this issue Feb 20, 2007 · 0 comments

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Feb 20, 2007

23d183b created the issue

Having 3 very real problems:

  1. Uploaded website to server--> reported very slow connection, but manual ftp upload was very quick for large file.

  2. Lost connection after 30 minutes (twice) and on retry, Cyberduck seemed to start from the very beginning, i.e. did not continue from where it was stopped. With a slow, flakey connection, this is a worst possible option.

  3. Cyberduck seems to zero out files that were uploaded on prior try and left a zero sized file. You could watch this happening file by file. That is, I deleted entire web tree for fresh start. Then uploaded from scratch. Lost connection after all of images/ had been uploaded and clicked on Retry. Cyberduck started from the beginning (not from where left off) and you could watch the files in images/ go from correct size to 0 KB after Cyberduck says it uploaded them again. Logged in using regular FTP and in fact, Cyberduck had zeroed out the file it had uploaded 30 minutes prior.

@cyberduck cyberduck closed this May 27, 2007
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