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youradds

BTW as a bit more info. I just had it happen again. I got this error:

https://ibb.co/bxYC0R

And the reason its getting that error, is because I don't have that file open any more (it was closed ages ago);

https://ibb.co/dsWMum

So the issues seems to be around it trying to upload files that were closed a while back... but I'm not sure why?

Here is what the transfer log shows:

https://ibb.co/jjqWum

Cheers

Andy
youradds

Re: Weird error about files not existing

Hi,

Here we go. It seemed to do it after I had WinSCP open with a connection, and then left it to go out. When I came back, I had the messages.

Thanks

Andy
youradds

Hi Martin,

I have enabled logging, and will check it one it comes up again (I can't find any real reason to it, as it seems to randomly occur)

Thanks

Andy
martin

Re: Weird error about files not existing

When are you getting those errors? Download? Upload?
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youradds

Weird error about files not existing

Hi,

I'm on the latest release candidate of WinSCP , and I've started getting weird error messages:

https://ibb.co/f1duQR
https://ibb.co/fs9es6

It seems to randomly come up - and I'm not sure why (I finished saving those files ages ago, and it all works fine - then randomly these errors come up)

Any ideas? Is anyone else having this problem?

Cheers

Andy[/img]