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Problems in uploading files to Amazon S3 bucket #9899

cyberduck opened this issue Mar 27, 2017 · 1 comment

Problems in uploading files to Amazon S3 bucket #9899

cyberduck opened this issue Mar 27, 2017 · 1 comment


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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Mar 27, 2017

8b5e8d6 created the issue

Hi Support,

We are facing issues with the latest released version of Cyberduck 5.4.0 for Mac OS X in uploading files to Amazon S3 bucket whereas the alternate FTP client which also supports Transfer acceleration having no problems in the same files upload multiple times.

FTP Client/Version - Cyberduck 5.4.0.
File Upload File Size - 6.6 GB
Testing Process - Single File Uploaded/Verified multiple times to same S3 Bucket.
Issues Faced Listed Below -

  1. File Upload completion message not seen.
  2. Upload status showing nearly completed (100%).
  3. Same File started re-uploading to the bucket again by re-connecting the transfer automatically.
  4. Verified multiple times and not successful on all upload attempts (nearly 5 to 6 times).

Could you please check and provide us an positive solution/suggestion to overcome the reported issues faced in the file transfer to Amazon S3 Bucket using latest released version.



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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Apr 17, 2017

@dkocher commented

Fix resumable uploads to S3 in bd73b16.


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