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Discussion in 'Support' started by vefatica, Jun 4, 2014.

  1. vefatica

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    There seems to be another bug. Compare these two directory listings. The second doesn't show all the subdirectories and does show a 0-byte file from 1/1/70 with no name!
    Code:
    v:\> dir /a:d ftp:
    
     Directory of  ftp://localhost/4plugins/*
    
     6/04/2014  11:44  <DIR>  .
     6/04/2014  11:44  <DIR>  ..
     6/13/2013  0:00  <DIR>  NeedsVista
     2/25/2010  0:00  <DIR>  Save
     2/25/2010  0:00  <DIR>  shralias_ascii_save_files
     6/04/2014  13:22  <DIR>  test
    11/26/2012  0:00  <DIR>  X64
     5/16/2014  20:40  <DIR>  xp
      0 bytes in 0 files and 8 dirs
    
    v:\> dir ftp:
    
     Directory of  ftp://localhost/4plugins/*
    
     6/04/2014  11:44  <DIR>  .
     6/04/2014  11:44  <DIR>  ..
     6/13/2013  0:00  <DIR>  NeedsVista
     1/01/1970  0:00  0
     6/04/2014  11:18  0  1byte
     6/03/2014  23:03  1,048,576  1meg
     6/02/2010  0:00  3,014  4anothertray.zip
     6/02/2010  0:00  18,223  4autotray.zip
     5/03/2014  22:08  39,478  4console.zip
    <SNIP>
     
  2. vefatica

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    Actually it's probably the same bug as in my other recent thread ... data channel closing prematurely. How much data is processed seems to be up to chance!
    Code:
    v:\> iftp ftp://lucky.syr.edu/4plugins
    
    v:\> dir /a:d ftp:
    
     Directory of  ftp://lucky.syr.edu/4plugins/*
    
     6/04/2014  11:44  <DIR>  .
     6/04/2014  11:44  <DIR>  ..
     6/13/2013  0:00  <DIR>  NeedsVista
      0 bytes in 0 files and 3 dirs
    
    v:\> dir /a:d ftp:
    
     Directory of  ftp://lucky.syr.edu/4plugins/*
    
     6/04/2014  11:44  <DIR>  .
     6/04/2014  11:44  <DIR>  ..
     6/13/2013  0:00  <DIR>  NeedsVista
     2/25/2010  0:00  <DIR>  Save
     2/25/2010  0:00  <DIR>  shralias_ascii_save_files
      0 bytes in 0 files and 5 dirs
     
  3. vefatica

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    FWIW, when this happens, according to the server's response, all the data was sent, and, according to a network trace, all the data was received.
     
  4. rconn

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    Not reproducible here with 16.02.49 (tried 100 repetitions).
     
  5. vefatica

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    As I said in the other related (?) thread, it's still happening today. All the data is arriving, but TCC doesn't show it all. Here are two DIR commands issued about 1 second apart:
    Code:
    v:\> dir ftp:
    
     Directory of  ftp://lucky.syr.edu/4plugins/test/*
    
     1/01/1970  0:00  <DIR>
     6/05/2014  0:19  <DIR>  .
      0 bytes in 0 files and 2 dirs
    
    v:\> dir ftp:
    
     Directory of  ftp://lucky.syr.edu/4plugins/test/*
    
     6/05/2014  0:19  <DIR>  .
     6/05/2014  0:19  <DIR>  ..
     6/04/2014  13:22  7,340,032  7meg
     6/05/2014  0:15  512  512.bin
     6/04/2014  11:50  2,024  1024
     6/05/2014  0:13  1,984  1984.bin
     6/05/2014  0:13  1,985  1985.bin
     6/04/2014  11:48  2,048  2048
     6/04/2014  11:48  4,096  4096
     6/04/2014  11:47  8,192  8192
     6/04/2014  11:47  16,384  16384
     6/04/2014  11:46  32,768  32768
     6/04/2014  11:45  65,536  65536
     6/04/2014  11:45  65,537  65537
     6/05/2014  0:21  2,040  xxx
     6/05/2014  0:18  1,132  xxx.txt
      7,544,270 bytes in 14 files and 2 dirs
    
     
  6. rconn

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    As I said in the other thread, you're still not using 16.02.49.
     
  7. Steve Fabian

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    I did not see the announcement for the new build's release date/time except a remark that it solves the issue of this thread.
     
  8. rconn

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    When it is released, you will see an announcement.
     

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