> as I read in Archives (you discussion with
> Francois), you use Synchronous mode and sleep.
I do use synchronous mode, but I don't use sleep because that stops
everything else running in the same application, and considerably slows
down transfer speed.
> Just create random
> directory structure (with many subdirs) and try to transfer it to
> the server on lan (or on the same machine).
I do a lot of FTP testing, including massive directory structures (for
which there are improvements in the latest V6), and I don't see any
problems. I do test to the same PC sometimes, but this is not a
realistic 'real world' application so is not really relevant to anything.
If you can reproduce the problem with logs using xferdemo2.exe (which
will transfer directory structures) in
then I will look at the problem in V6 only.
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