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Old 05-09-2003, 03:25 AM   #1
0wn4g3
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Default error wen fxp to site

I have noticed when more than 1 person fxp'in to a DIR it produces this error:

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STOR tcs-adapt2.part15.rar
550 tcs-adapt2.part15.rar: No such file or directory.
Transfer Failed!
ioFTPD version: all
OS: any

how-to reproduce bug: more than 1 person fxp to same dir

edit (by Mouton): stickyfied because many racers get that error still. Anyone could confirm that latest FlashFXP fixes that ?
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Old 05-09-2003, 03:34 AM   #2
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Afak this is problem with FFXP. What really happends is:


CLIENT: PORT a,b,c,d,x,y
SERVER: 200 PORT command successful.
--- HIDDEN
CLIENT: SIZE filename.ext
SERVER: 550 filename.ext: No such file or directory.
-- HIDDEN
CLIENT: STOR filename.ext
SERVER: 550 filename.ext: Permission denied.
^^
This error comes 'cause file already exists in directory.

Both size command & reply are hidden; for some reason ffxp gets the previous error message, instead of the current error message. (This might be fixed in the latest build) You might want to check flashfxp forums: http://forum.flashfxp.com/ for further information about subject.
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