I´m using Cyberduck for many years ago (I´m a registered user), but at my server support they´ve recommended me I should change to FileZilla or another FTP client as Cyberduck no longer support Keep-Alive FTP commands.
Without this option, my server disconnects every 5 minutes if I don´t upload or make something within that lapse. I´ve lost several files which after saving them after that time from Text Mate or Brackets editor, they´ve appeared with 0Kb within the server.
Could you please implement that function again ASAP? If you don´t have planned it, please let me know and I will uninstall Cyberduck, despite it´s my preferred FTP application but useless this way.
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I endorse the request. I'm not experiencing any loss of data but the lack of a Keep-alive feature is making my work with cyberduck painfully slow nonetheless.
In fact, my ftp server, for safety reasons, has a built-in delay when opening connections. This means that if I open a file for edit, and my work lasts more then 5 minutes, each time I save I have to wait the connection delay.
The keep-alive feature could simply be an option for the user to choose.
For me nothing has changed. If I open a file for edit and my work lasts more then 5 minutes, the connection is dropped and upon save I have to wait the built-in security delay in my ftp server.
If this may help, I add that my Cyberduck FTP client is configured for using multiple connection. I don't know if setting the option to "Browser's connection" would change something.
P.S.: I don't see any "Keep-alive" checkbox in Cyberduck's settings.