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Info on upload time #7691

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cyberduck opened this issue Dec 18, 2013 · 0 comments
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Info on upload time #7691

cyberduck opened this issue Dec 18, 2013 · 0 comments

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 18, 2013

67eca86 created the issue

Cyberduck estimates time for upload on the basis of current bandwidth but, in case of multiple files upload, doesn't consider that after smaller files are uploaded there is more bandwidth for the remaining. So I suggest there should be an overall timer (ALL OPERATIONS TIMER ?) that takes in consideration these possibilities and estimates a time in which CD will finish doing all upload. This TIEM could sometimes be lower than what I might think from a quick look on the single file transfer list.

Example

File1 (100Mb) takes 30 minutes
File2 (200Mb) takes 1 hour

OVERALL TIME = 45 minutes (and not 1 hour!) because after the first 30 minutes bandwidth can all be used for file2

Obviously this feature will use same techniques than single uploads to estimate bandwidth and adapt in realtime to bandwidth conditions.

Also it could be useful an UPLOAD FINISHED message to an email list (me.. my client..)... if upload as had no errors.

These two features will make it easier to deal with uploads I think

@cyberduck cyberduck closed this Jan 21, 2014
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