Topic "Keep Remote Directory Up To Date Takes no account of seconds"

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GeoffG
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Using Commander Interface v 5.0.4 [Build 1772]
I want to keep remote directory up to date.
If a source file updates more than once in the same clock minute then although a change to the source directory is reported no update is made.
Is there a method to force an update upon a local change please?

Thx.
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martin
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Are you using FTP protocol?
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GeoffG
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prikryl wrote:
Are you using FTP protocol?

Yes
martin
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OK, this feature will likely to resolve it:
http://winscp.net/tracker/show_bug.cgi?id=568

Hope to implement it into the 5.0.x branch.
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prikryl wrote:
OK, this feature will likely to resolve it:
http://winscp.net/tracker/show_bug.cgi?id=568

Hope to implement it into the 5.0.x branch.


MLSD/MLST support is implemented but not often helps.
A lot of FTP servers not suppors MLSD/MLST. For example Microsoft IIS FTP.

But they support MDTM command to read full timestamp of file.
You can check it on ftp://ftp.intel.com/

Could you please add MDTM support to fulfill an issue with synchronyzing files wich updated several times along one minute?
martin
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Mehanik wrote:
MLSD/MLST support is implemented but not often helps.
A lot of FTP servers not suppors MLSD/MLST. For example Microsoft IIS FTP.

But they support MDTM command to read full timestamp of file.
You can check it on ftp://ftp.intel.com/

Could you please add MDTM support to fulfill an issue with synchronyzing files wich updated several times along one minute?

WinSCP would have to call MDTM for each and every file.
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