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You're right, I re ran the scenario and turned out it's just a delay in the download due to the amount of files

Re: WinSCP synchronize local limit number of files

I do not understand how can that prevent the synchronization from ending. WinSCP will retrieve a list of files that exist at the moment the synchronization started. And it will synchronize only those files. If you want us to investigate further, please attach a full session log file showing the problem (using the latest version of WinSCP).

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WinSCP synchronize local limit number of files

I want to synchronize from an FTP remote directory, but it is constantly being loaded with new files, therefore the synchronize local command never ends.
Is there a way to only synchronize a limited number of files on each execution:
synchronize local -filemask="tst*.csv>10D"