I tried uploading on a Internet FTP website and it works fine. Earlier I
was checking on LAN for convenience.
Sorry for the unnecessary trouble.
Respects to the entire team.
On Fri, Apr 12, 2013 at 12:52 PM, Angus Robertson - Magenta Systems Ltd <
> > In between I unplugged the Server LAN wire so as to break the
> > Transfer. When I said to upload again it does not Resume.
> As you can see from the logs, all the commands to correctly resume the
> upload are being sent, but the control connection appears to drop at that
> !! FTP Error: FTP component not ready
> Without any time stamps in the log, it's not possible to see if this was
> instant or after a timeout.
> There is a property FailRepeat that I usually set to three so a failed
> attempt retries twice more automatically in case of transient errors.
> For testing resume, you don't need to use massive files, you can slow
> down the transfer to 25K a second or something on your LAN so that you
> can halt the transfer part way through more easily:
> FTP.BandwidthLimit := bandwidth * KBYTE ;
> FTP.Options := Options + [ftpBandwidthControl] ;
> I've not specifically tested resume for a few years, I automatically FTP
> hundreds of files to and from my public server daily, but it all just
> works. If you can reproduce the problem with the TMagFtp v4 demo or DUN
> Manager beta v3.10, I'll look into it. You can also have an account on
> ics.ftptest.org which is the latest ICS v8 FTP server, although you
> probably won't want to test gig uploads (there are gig files on it to
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