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Re: Directly Landing in Upload directory

Are you using FTP protocol?

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Directly Landing in Upload directory


I am using winscp for file upload and download between UNIX and windows machine.
while uploading the file from windows to Unix, the directory listing (directory contains 20 - 30k files) is taking more than 10-30 seconds but actual file transfer happens within a second or two.
Is there any way to skip the directory listing and direct landing to the upload directory.
In the source and destination file path am giving the full path.