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Copy Ftp on Server 2008 painfully slow

Discussion in 'Support' started by Kygre, Aug 25, 2009.

  1. Kygre

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    I have some btm scripts that run on my laptop XP Pro with an older version of Take Command, work fine, but somewhat slow

    On server 2008, which I am using as my workstation, each line of copy ftp is very slow, maybe 20 seconds, and doesn't seem to copy anything anyway.

    There is a 550 error on some lines (maybe all)

    The windows firewall has an ftp outgoing rule to allow traffic on port 21

    What can I do?

    Thanks
     
  2. rconn

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    Kygre wrote:

    Are you using IFTP?

    It's definitely not a generic Server 2008 problem; I'm using that here
    on two systems & ftp transfers are the same speed as any other Windows
    version. (Maybe a little faster.)

    Rex Conn
    JP Software
     
  3. Kygre

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    Yes, using iftp.

    I've been working on the old machine mainly, but I still need to migrate to my server 2008 workstation.

    ANother thing I noticed, aside from being very slow, file by file, is that existing files on the target that were to be overwritten, were zeroed out.

    Here is the script. I stopped it after the first file copy command:

    BEGIN COPY OF SCRIPT RUN

    TCC 10.00.75 Windows 2008 [Version 6.0.6001]Copyright 2009 Rex Conn & JP Software Inc. All Rights ReservedRegistered to Richard Green - 1 System License

    [D:\Fld\InetPub\GacDeploy\KbSites\PromoBoutiques]Deploy.PromoBoutiques.Toklat.btm



    set TrgIp=xx.31.77.2
    set TrgMachine=Toklat
    set SrcDrive=
    set SrcPath=\Fld\InetPub\wwwRoot\KbSites\PromoBoutiques\
    set SrcFolder=PromoBoutiques
    set TrgPath=/wwwRoot/KbSuite/
    set TrgFolder=UniqueBoutiques

    Call Deploy.PromoBoutiques.Generic.Iftp.btm

    Call Deploy.PromoBoutiques.LoginData.btm
    set Lgn=MyLgn
    set Pwd=MyPwd


    set SrcFullPath=\Fld\InetPub\wwwRoot\KbSites\PromoBoutiques\PromoBoutiques

    set Target=ftp://Lgn:Pwd@xx.31.77.2/wwwRoot/KbSuite/UniqueBoutiques/iftp ftp://Lgn:Pwd@xx.31.77.2/wwwRoot/KbSuite/UniqueBoutiques/

    set Target=ftp:copy \Fld\InetPub\wwwRoot\KbSites\PromoBoutiques\PromoBoutiques\AppSettingsToklat.config
    ftp:D:\Fld\InetPub\wwwRoot\KbSites\PromoBoutiques\PromoBoutiques\AppSettingsToklat.config

    => ftp://xx.31.77.2/wwwRoot/KbSuite/UniqueBoutiques/AppSettingsToklat.config

    TCC: D:\Fld\InetPub\GacDeploy\KbSites\PromoBoutiques\Deploy.PromoBoutiques.Generic.Iftp.btm [47] 550 "/wwwRoot/KbSuite/UniqueBoutiques/AppSettingsToklat.config" 0 files copied


    END COPY OF SCRIPT RUN


    Not only was the file not copied, but the file on the target server was deleted.


    Any suggestions? This script runs on my XPPro workstation.

    Thanks,

    Kyle

    Thanks,

    Kyle
     

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