Transferring Zero-Byte Files

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Transferring Zero-Byte Files

Postby gbsltd » Thu Apr 18, 2013 5:05 pm

Hi,

I'm using FTP Rush 2.1.8 and I'm trying to download the entire contents of an FTP server to my local computer. It works really quickly up until it encounters zero-byte files (which I need). As soon as it gets to the zero-byte files, it seems to download one then stop. Eventually, after a minute or so, the connection times out, reconnects, then starts to download the next file. If the next file is a zero-byte file this timeout cycle repeats, otherwise it continues normally.

Does this sound like a bug or is there a setting I can change to fix this?

Thanks
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Re: Transferring Zero-Byte Files

Postby FTP » Mon Apr 22, 2013 6:33 am

Please make sure your FTP Server supports zero-byte file downloading.
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Re: Transferring Zero-Byte Files

Postby gbsltd » Mon Apr 22, 2013 4:24 pm

Thanks for your response.

I have no problem downloading the same zero-byte files from the same FTP server with other freely available and less feature-rich FTP clients. I presume this means the FTP server does support it. Would you agree with this and, if so, do you have any other suggestions?

In case it's relevant, I've tried both active and passive mode. The same problem occurs with both.

FTP Rush does actually create the files on my local computer, it just times out and reconnects after every one.
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Re: Transferring Zero-Byte Files

Postby FTP » Wed Apr 24, 2013 4:25 pm

Please paste the server logs after downloading the zero-byte file.
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Re: Transferring Zero-Byte Files

Postby trakt » Mon Jun 24, 2013 2:33 pm

Hi,

gbsltd wrote: As soon as it gets to the zero-byte files, it seems to download one then stop.
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I have no problem downloading the same zero-byte files from the same FTP server with other freely available and less feature-rich FTP clients. I presume this means the FTP server does support it. Would you agree with this and, if so, do you have any other suggestions?

In case it's relevant, I've tried both active and passive mode. The same problem occurs with both.



unfortunately I've got exactly the same problem.

Is there a workaround available ?
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Re: Transferring Zero-Byte Files

Postby dinad578 » Mon Aug 11, 2014 6:18 am

I am using FTP Rush 2.1.8. I got stuck with the same problem. I want to download some files related to my accounting essay writing service, but it won't work sometimes properly. I will try any solution proving from here.
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