Topic "FileTransferProgress event still occurs"

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sendo
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Hi,

First of all, I believe that winscp is a better transfer tool than sharpssh or ssh.net : easier to use, better performance on large files, multi-protocol support

I also want to point out that when downloading one file (with filemask selection) among 50 000 files, Session.FileTransferProgress event still occurs even if FileTransferProgressEventArgs.OverallProgress is 1 (100%)

In the meantime it seems to continue browsing skipping files (please find the attached session log)

Unless I am mistaken, there are other operations during getfiles execution so i'm wondering how to calculate an accurate transfer speed ?

Any advice and support would be appreciated

Thank you

Last edited by sendo on 2014-02-04 06:26; edited 1 time in total
sendo
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i'm wondering how to calculate an accurate transfer speed ?

a FileTransferStart Event could help ?
martin
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What is an accurate transfer speed for this case? You are asking WinSCP to check over 50 thousands files, where only 1 is actually transferred. Do you want to calculate speed for that single transfer against time the transfer took or again time the whole operation took? Neither seems relevant to me.
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