5 Replies Latest reply on Mar 10, 2015 12:27 PM by mikjos

    ftp voyager 16 - problem with large files?

    mikjos

      Im just testing the free voyager 16 on default settings. With large files over several GB the speed either drops down to almost zero, or the transfer just restarts.

      Tried transfering one image backup, at one point it had 15 minutes left, the next time it had started the transfer all over again.

       

      Any ideas if this is a bug or some setting that could be adjusted?

        • Re: ftp voyager 16 - problem with large files?
          josh.d

          That may not be a client problem.  It sounds like someone between the client and the server does not like you using bandwidth, and is either throttling or actively killing connections.

           

          You can test if this is the problem by putting a server on your local box, and trying the upload.

          • Re: ftp voyager 16 - problem with large files?
            mikjos

            Tried again on another server, but no luck. So im guessing Ill look for something other.

             

             

             

              220 ProFTPD 1.3.4a Server (xxxxxxxxxxxxx) [xxxxxxxxx]

            COMMAND> HOST xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

              500 HOST not understood

            STATUS> Connected. Logging in to the server.

            COMMAND> USER xxxxxxxx

              331 Password required for

            COMMAND> PASS xxxxxxxxxxx

              230 User xxxxxxxxxxx logged in

            STATUS> Login successful.

            COMMAND> SYST

              215 UNIX Type: L8

            COMMAND> FEAT

              211-Features:

              LANG en-US.UTF-8*;en-US

              MDTM

              MFMT

              TVFS

              UTF8

              MFF modify;UNIX.group;UNIX.mode;

              MLST modify*;perm*;size*;type*;unique*;UNIX.group*;UNIX.mode*;UNIX.owner*;

              SITE MKDIR

              SITE RMDIR

              SITE UTIME

              SITE SYMLINK

              REST STREAM

              SITE COPY

              SIZE

              211 End

            STATUS> Server supports resume.

            COMMAND> OPTS UTF8 ON

              200 UTF8 set to on

            COMMAND> OPTS MLST Type;Size;Modify;UNIX.mode;UNIX.owner;UNIX.group;

              200 OPTS MLST type;size;modify;UNIX.mode;UNIX.owner;UNIX.group;

            COMMAND> PWD

              257 "/" is the current directory

            COMMAND> CWD /data

              250 CWD command successful

            COMMAND> PASV

              227 Entering Passive Mode (xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx).

            STATUS> Opening passive mode data connection to xxxxxxxxxxxxx, port xxxxxxxxxx.

            COMMAND> MLSD

              150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for MLSD

              226 Transfer complete

            STATUS> Transferred 5 169 bytes. 32,15 KB/sec.

            COMMAND> PASV

              227 Entering Passive Mode (xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx).

            STATUS> Opening passive mode data connection to xxxxxxxxxxxxxx, port xxxxxxxxxx.

            COMMAND> MLSD

              150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for MLSD

              226 Transfer complete

            STATUS> Transferred 5 169 bytes. 32,15 KB/sec.

            COMMAND> CWD xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

              250 CWD command successful

            COMMAND> PASV

              227 Entering Passive Mode (xxxxxxxxxxxxx).

            STATUS> Opening passive mode data connection to xxxxxxxxxxxxx, port xxxxxxxxxxx.

            COMMAND> MLSD

              150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for MLSD

              226 Transfer complete

            STATUS> Transferred 789 bytes. 6,16 KB/sec.

            STATUS> Receiving: /xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx -> G:\xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

            COMMAND> TYPE I

              200 Type set to I

            COMMAND> PASV

              227 Entering Passive Mode (xxxxxxxxxxxxxx).

            STATUS> Opening passive mode data connection to xxxxxxxxxxxxxx, portxxxxxxxxxxxx.

            COMMAND> RETR /xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

              150 Opening BINARY mode data connection for /xxxxxxxxxxxxx

            ERROR> The current transfer has timed out.

            ERROR> Retrying failed transfer (attempt 2 out of 3)...