Re: net:reconnect-interval?

2011-06-11 Thread Juan Simón
I've applied the patch and then I have downloaded a DVD folder, a BD folder
and a MKV file without problems.
Thanks. Regards.

El 8 de junio de 2011 15:25, Alexander V. Lukyanov l...@netis.ru escribió:

 This patch should fix the problem.

 --
Alexander.



Re: net:reconnect-interval?

2011-06-01 Thread Juan Simón
I've changed set net:timeout to 0, in rc file, to see if this solves the
problem.

El 1 de junio de 2011 08:04, Juan Simón si...@simonbcn.net escribió:

 Can this problem be a bug supposedly fixed in the version 2.3.10: fixed
 rare deadlock message in case of ftp timeout.?

 El 31 de mayo de 2011 15:16, Juan Simón si...@simonbcn.net escribió:

 Hi,

 Client: lftp v4.2.3
 Server: PureFTPd v1.0.32

 I have this settings defined in rc:

 set net:max-retries 60
 set net:reconnect-interval-base 10
 set net:reconnect-interval-multiplier 1.2
 set net:reconnect-interval-max 30
 set net:timeout 5
 set net:persist-retries 60

 While lftp downloads something, it produces a timeout in server:

 Log PureFTPd:
 May 31 14:34:03 pure-ftpd: (?@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [INFO] New connection from
 xx.xxx.xx.xxx
 May 31 14:34:03 pure-ftpd: (?@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [INFO] user is now logged in
 May 31 14:34:03 pure-ftpd: (u...@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [NOTICE] Restarting at
 9967036
 May 31 14:34:03 pure-ftpd: (u...@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [INFO] Logout.
 May 31 14:34:13 pure-ftpd: (?@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [INFO] New connection from
 xx.xxx.xx.xxx
 May 31 14:34:13 pure-ftpd: (?@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [INFO] user is now logged in
 May 31 14:34:14 pure-ftpd: (u...@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [NOTICE] Restarting at
 9967036
 May 31 14:34:15 pure-ftpd: (u...@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [NOTICE]
 /torrent-descargas//folder1/file1 downloaded  (4983517 bytes, 230.16KB/sec)
 May 31 14:34:18 pure-ftpd: (u...@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [NOTICE]
 /torrent-descargas//folder1/file1 downloaded  (5242880 bytes, 213.94KB/sec)
 May 31 14:34:21 pure-ftpd: (u...@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [INFO] Logout.
 May 31 14:34:27 pure-ftpd: (u...@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [INFO] Logout.
 May 31 14:34:28 pure-ftpd: (u...@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [NOTICE]
 /torrent-descargas//folder1/file1 downloaded  (5373952 bytes, 378.75KB/sec)
 May 31 14:34:33 pure-ftpd: (u...@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [INFO] Logout.
 May 31 14:44:30 pure-ftpd: (u...@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [NOTICE]
 /torrent-descargas//folder1/file2 downloaded  (10223616 bytes, 7.88KB/sec)
 May 31 14:59:30 pure-ftpd: (u...@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [INFO] Timeout

 lftp:
 $ jobs -v
 [0] queue (ftp://kemservi)
 ftp://kemservi/folder1Ejecutando ahora: [1] mirror
  [1] mirror
   \mirror folder1
\transfer file2
 `file2', se obtuvieron 14950551 de 19934070 (74%)
\chunk 0-4983519
 `file2' en 0 (0%) [Esperando antes de reintentar:
 451847705048643542]

 Is this amount (451847705048643542) the time in seconds to reconnect!!? From
 where does it get this amount!?

 Why PureFTPd disconnect by timeout the connection? Doesn't lftp keep the 
 connection
 open while downloading?
 Regards.





Re: net:reconnect-interval?

2011-05-31 Thread Juan Simón
Today this has happened again:

lftp:
lftp monsi@kemservi:/juan jobs -v
[0] queue (ftp://kemservi)
ftp://kemservi/juan Ejecutando ahora: [1] mirror folder1/
 [1] mirror folder1/
  \mirror BDMV
   \mirror JAR
\mirror 04518
 \transfer composite_redesign_2.png
`composite_redesign_2.png', se obtuvieron 386745 de 515663 (74%)
 \chunk 0-128918
`composite_redesign_2.png' en 0 (0%) [Esperando antes de reintentar:
2186435871050]
lftp monsi@kemservi:/juan reconnect
cd ok, dir actual=/juan
lftp monsi@kemservi:/juan jobs -v
[0] queue (ftp://kemservi)
ftp://kemservi/juan Ejecutando ahora: [1] mirror folder1/
 [1] mirror folder1/
  \mirror BDMV
   \mirror JAR
\mirror 04518
 \transfer ec.prop
`ec.prop' en 0 (0%) [Esperando antes de reintentar: 8]

In server same problem with timeout. When in server is produced the timeout,
lftp do this strange thing.

Before reconnect 2186435871050 and after 8!? Is not this a bug?
Please, I need an answer. Sometimes, it seems to me that writing to this
list is like writing to no one, I rarely get an answer!
Regards.

El 31 de mayo de 2011 15:16, Juan Simón si...@simonbcn.net escribió:

 Hi,
 Client: lftp v4.2.3
 Server: PureFTPd v1.0.32

 I have this settings defined in rc:

 set net:max-retries 60
 set net:reconnect-interval-base 10
 set net:reconnect-interval-multiplier 1.2
 set net:reconnect-interval-max 30
 set net:timeout 5
 set net:persist-retries 60

 While lftp downloads something, it produces a timeout in server:

 Log PureFTPd:
 May 31 14:34:03 pure-ftpd: (?@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [INFO] New connection from
 xx.xxx.xx.xxx
 May 31 14:34:03 pure-ftpd: (?@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [INFO] user is now logged in
 May 31 14:34:03 pure-ftpd: (u...@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [NOTICE] Restarting at
 9967036
 May 31 14:34:03 pure-ftpd: (u...@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [INFO] Logout.
 May 31 14:34:13 pure-ftpd: (?@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [INFO] New connection from
 xx.xxx.xx.xxx
 May 31 14:34:13 pure-ftpd: (?@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [INFO] user is now logged in
 May 31 14:34:14 pure-ftpd: (u...@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [NOTICE] Restarting at
 9967036
 May 31 14:34:15 pure-ftpd: (u...@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [NOTICE]
 /torrent-descargas//folder1/file1 downloaded  (4983517 bytes, 230.16KB/sec)
 May 31 14:34:18 pure-ftpd: (u...@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [NOTICE]
 /torrent-descargas//folder1/file1 downloaded  (5242880 bytes, 213.94KB/sec)
 May 31 14:34:21 pure-ftpd: (u...@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [INFO] Logout.
 May 31 14:34:27 pure-ftpd: (u...@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [INFO] Logout.
 May 31 14:34:28 pure-ftpd: (u...@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [NOTICE]
 /torrent-descargas//folder1/file1 downloaded  (5373952 bytes, 378.75KB/sec)
 May 31 14:34:33 pure-ftpd: (u...@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [INFO] Logout.
 May 31 14:44:30 pure-ftpd: (u...@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [NOTICE]
 /torrent-descargas//folder1/file2 downloaded  (10223616 bytes, 7.88KB/sec)
 May 31 14:59:30 pure-ftpd: (u...@xx.xxx.xx.xxx) [INFO] Timeout

 lftp:
 $ jobs -v
 [0] queue (ftp://kemservi)
 ftp://kemservi/folder1Ejecutando ahora: [1] mirror
  [1] mirror
   \mirror folder1
\transfer file2
 `file2', se obtuvieron 14950551 de 19934070 (74%)
\chunk 0-4983519
 `file2' en 0 (0%) [Esperando antes de reintentar:
 451847705048643542]

 Is this amount (451847705048643542) the time in seconds to reconnect!!? From
 where does it get this amount!?

 Why PureFTPd disconnect by timeout the connection? Doesn't lftp keep the 
 connection
 open while downloading?
 Regards.