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I have the impression that would be more trouble than it's worth. Sponsored by NetBeans IDE NetBeans Platform Plugins Docs & Support Community Partners HOME / Bugzilla [?] | New | Browse | Search | Reports | Help | Log In First Last Granted, the current implementation isn't guaranteed to work, but I believe it works in most cases. but the reconnection does not have to be silent. have a peek at this web-site

listing the current directory helps to prevent the timeout. Enable passive mode, and try binary upload, as well as do /etc/init.d/apf stop This will turn the firewall off, and the above passive and binary should be ok. If that happens, there's probably something wrong in my experience. ;-/ By the way, this reminds me of the support for hidden files (see tickets #23 and #65). if it fails to reopen the connection we have a real problem (= exception), otherwise we have a short delay. https://forum.filezilla-project.org/viewtopic.php?t=26734

Any action (including NOOP) will reset this counter.3. Register Now, or check out the Site Tour and find out everything Web Hosting Talk has to offer. So you need:ftp -niv $HOST <if test RC -ne 0This should be:if [ $RC -ne 0 ]; then>file=$(ls)>for x in $file; doAny reason you don't use the previous list? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

http://hg.netbeans.org/web-main/rev/4b0c50d2a1f2 Comment 13 mmolda 2013-08-23 10:13:39 UTC (In reply to Tomas Mysik from comment #11) > So, this is "problem" of your FTP server - it simply has some timeout for I guess you see the similarity. :-) ps: the leaky abstraction was a interesting read, thanks! The other connections aren't affected by FTPHost.keep_alive anyway, as stated in the documentation. Keeping all connections of an FTPHost instance alive has always been a challenge; actually despite a lot of experimenting I didn't find a way that works in all cases.

Comment 5 Tomas Mysik 2013-07-29 04:29:06 UTC Weird, after ten NOOPs, there should be some "real" FTP operation. All Rights Reserved. × Close Title Loading... It appears that Filezilla Server is timing out within 1 or 2 seconds even though these are my FileZilla timeout settings:Connections timeout: 120No Transfer timeout: 600Login timeout: 60Look at the two http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=656749 Within proftpd's config file it's set at: TimeoutLogin 120 TimeoutIdle 3600 TimeoutNoTransfer 3600 TimeoutStalled 3600 So I am unsure where it is getting the "300 seconds" from.

ps: the leaky abstraction was a interesting read, thanks! You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. The first one is what you mentioned -- the app is not reacting properly to FTP errors. i think the time to debug this issue would have been sorter if the 'Implementation notes' of class FTPHost would be written to the documentation.

There are settings in there for connections to certain ports/services. https://netbeans.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=233485 but you are right, this does not solve the original problem. Login timeout - this one is for connections that never supply login data.2. did not think about the connection state.

without this information (thinkign FTPHost will only open one connection to the server) the error code 421 during a running download is quite crazy. Check This Out So I probably should tell a bit more about the subject than the mere hints in the documentation on keep_alive. (I did something similar on caching. I will look at it. a workaround is included in the function upload_exception, but not activated. [documentation of TimeoutNoTransfer] http://www.proftpd.org/docs/directives/linked/config_ref_TimeoutNoTransfer.html """ import time import os from ftputil import FTPHost def silent_fail(host): """ given the proftp setting

I would advise you not tchanMon Apr 20, 2009 hi borlies, i sent you the instructions on how you can fix this problem.BorliesMon Apr 20, 2009 thanks chan, i got your Is there any known problem with router's and firewalls where a sequence of FTP command will get through OK hundreds and thousands of times but then a router or firewall will I will test it, thanks :) Comment 14 Tomas Mysik 2013-08-23 10:46:36 UTC For the next version of NetBeans, we could try to implement automatic reconnect if keep-alive fails. Source For more information, seeKB: How To keep a connection open Keywordskeep alive, connection, timeout Related Articles How To keep a connection open What do you think about this topic?

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Do you think whether there is a better command to be send to the server (instead of the PWD command)?

This is an error that occurs whenever you try to keep alive an ftp connection without transferring any data. I had this problem a long while ago when using cPanel. What your application does is not regarded as transfer and thus it disconnects you.You could set the No Transfer timeout to zero, then the app will not be disconnected. _________________### BEGIN after reading this it makes absolutely sense to open two ftp connections while there is only one FTPHost object visible to the user.

Which connection should be re-opened? ;-) I guess you mean the "main" connection of the FTPHost instance? You see, this can get complicated easily. :-) I won't do this I think. there could be a callback I think it's too complicated and not worth the trouble. :-) that is called before a timeout error An FTP client can notice the timeout only http://imagextension.com/ftp-error/ftp-error-226-transfer-complete.php Thanks.

Again, I think it doesn't reduce the complexity compared with having the client code re-establish a connection itself. I'm not sure but I think this warning should not pop out. You will NOT get any reply!!!FTP connection problems? One reason is that the server uses timeouts to protect itself from overload, so I believe if a user wants to prevent a timeout, he/she should do it consciously (by calling

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