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Alexx

Antivirus

I thought so too. There are no patterns, they are loaded on the same with an error. On the other without. Remove, check. It will take no more than 10 minutes, but so many problems were solved at once.
hynek

Re: Antivirus

martin.jakob wrote:

Alexx wrote:

I had the exact same problem. Pretty long. Only today I solved the problem. And the problem was antivirus Eset Smart Security. I deleted it (disabling does not help). You may have the same problem.

Thanks for your response. Eset antivirus could actually be the problem, since it is installed on all the affected systems.


I have the problem only when uploading to one server, so I believe the Eset is not the cause of the problem.
martin.jakob

Re: Antivirus

Alexx wrote:

I had the exact same problem. Pretty long. Only today I solved the problem. And the problem was antivirus Eset Smart Security. I deleted it (disabling does not help). You may have the same problem.

Thanks for your response. Eset antivirus could actually be the problem, since it is installed on all the affected systems.
Alexx

Antivirus

I had the exact same problem. Pretty long. Only today I solved the problem. And the problem was antivirus Eset Smart Security. I deleted it (disabling does not help). You may have the same problem.
hynek

Synchronize used to detect the bug but...

To detect that "Certain file not fully uploaded", I started to use Synchronize. I have to run it sometimes a few times till all files are same.

I believe I also spot a problem, when there files at the remote directory having the same but case-insensitive name. Supposed there are files A.txt and a.txt at remote folder but only A.txt at local one, the Synchronize seems like synchronizing local A.txt against remote a.txt which never succeeds...
martin.jakob

Re: Same Issue?

martin wrote:

martin.jakob wrote:

Hi,
I assume I got the same Issue. Sometimes files are uploaded incompletely.
For example file "03.jpg" has a size of 53.248 Bytes, after seemingly successful upload, size on the FTP-server is only 49152 bytes. After some investigation using wireshark it seems that winscp actually finishes the transfer after 49152 bytes (see attached screenshot). Could there be some internal error with handling files? Using Process Monitor it seems the local file is read in 4 Batches and winscp somehow forgets about the last one (see other screenshot).
This was done using an older version of winscp and winscpnet.dll but the problem also occurs with the latest version and when starting the upload from the UI.

Thanks for your report.

Can you send me an email, so I can send you back a debug version of WinSCP to track the problem? Please include link back to this topic in your email. Also note in this topic that you have sent the email. Thanks.

You will find my address (if you log in) in my forum profile.


Just sent you an email, thanks for your efforts
martin

Re: Same Issue?

martin.jakob wrote:

Hi,
I assume I got the same Issue. Sometimes files are uploaded incompletely.
For example file "03.jpg" has a size of 53.248 Bytes, after seemingly successful upload, size on the FTP-server is only 49152 bytes. After some investigation using wireshark it seems that winscp actually finishes the transfer after 49152 bytes (see attached screenshot). Could there be some internal error with handling files? Using Process Monitor it seems the local file is read in 4 Batches and winscp somehow forgets about the last one (see other screenshot).
This was done using an older version of winscp and winscpnet.dll but the problem also occurs with the latest version and when starting the upload from the UI.

Thanks for your report.

Can you send me an email, so I can send you back a debug version of WinSCP to track the problem? Please include link back to this topic in your email. Also note in this topic that you have sent the email. Thanks.

You will find my address (if you log in) in my forum profile.
martin.jakob

Same Issue?

Hi,
I assume I got the same Issue. Sometimes files are uploaded incompletely.
For example file "03.jpg" has a size of 53.248 Bytes, after seemingly successful upload, size on the FTP-server is only 49152 bytes. After some investigation using wireshark it seems that winscp actually finishes the transfer after 49152 bytes (see attached screenshot). Could there be some internal error with handling files? Using Process Monitor it seems the local file is read in 4 Batches and winscp somehow forgets about the last one (see other screenshot).
This was done using an older version of winscp and winscpnet.dll but the problem also occurs with the latest version and when starting the upload from the UI.
martin

Re: Certain file not fully uploaded

How often does the problem occur?
Guest

Re: Certain file not fully uploaded

Unfortunately I do not.

martin wrote:

hynek wrote:

Today file jquery.jstree.js was not fully uploaded. The correct size is 179563 but only 147456 was uploaded. I attach the log.

Do you have an access to FTP server log?
martin

Re: Certain file not fully uploaded

hynek wrote:

Today file jquery.jstree.js was not fully uploaded. The correct size is 179563 but only 147456 was uploaded. I attach the log.

Do you have an access to FTP server log?
hynek

Re: Certain file not fully uploaded

Today file jquery.jstree.js was not fully uploaded. The correct size is 179563 but only 147456 was uploaded. I attach the log.

hynek wrote:

I use WinSCP to upload files generated by application chmProcessor to the WEB server. Very often it happens that all files are uploaded (files+dirdctories selected locally) well except file "jquery.layout-latest.min.js" (resides at directory "js"). The file is shorter at the destination directory. When I repeat the upload of this file only it is then fully transferred.

WinSCP 5.13.4
Protocol FTP, port 21
Local machine:
OS Name: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro
OS Version: 10.0.17134 N/A Build 17134
Remote machine reports: HTTP Server: Apache/2.4.10 (Debian)
martin

Re: Same issue

PapyJP wrote:

Good morning
I use WinSCP for transfering files to various websites I manage, without any trouble for months.
I recently changed my Internet connection from ADLS to Fiber Optics.
I now face incomplete transfers of large files, e.g. this morning a 6.5Mb file was not correctly transfered. I tried to transfer it again to another location of the same site, and that time it was correct. In both cases the size of the remote file was the same as the local file, so there was no evidence that is has been truncated, but as the format of that file is specific to a web application, I asked the support of the application provider who detected the incompleteness of that file.

The wrong version of the file is available at <invalid hyperlink removed by admin>, the right one at <invalid hyperlink removed by admin>

Those links point to web pages. I'm not sure what to download. Can you post links to actual files?
Also you wrote that the files have the same size after upload. So what do you actually mean by claiming the files were "truncated"?
PapyJP

Same issue

Good morning
I use WinSCP for transfering files to various websites I manage, without any trouble for months.
I recently changed my Internet connection from ADLS to Fiber Optics.
I now face incomplete transfers of large files, e.g. this morning a 6.5Mb file was not correctly transfered. I tried to transfer it again to another location of the same site, and that time it was correct. In both cases the size of the remote file was the same as the local file, so there was no evidence that is has been truncated, but as the format of that file is specific to a web application, I asked the support of the application provider who detected the incompleteness of that file.

The wrong version of the file is available at <invalid hyperlink removed by admin>, the right one at <invalid hyperlink removed by admin>
martin

Re: Certain file not fully uploaded

Please attach a full session log file showing the problem (using the latest version of WinSCP).

To generate the session log file, enable logging, log in to your server and do the operation and only the operation that causes the error. Submit the log with your post as an attachment. Note that passwords and passphrases not stored in the log. You may want to remove other data you consider sensitive though, such as host names, IP addresses, account names or file names (unless they are relevant to the problem). If you do not want to post the log publicly, you can mark the attachment as private.
hynek

Certain file not fully uploaded

I use WinSCP to upload files generated by application chmProcessor to the WEB server. Very often it happens that all files are uploaded (files+dirdctories selected locally) well except file "jquery.layout-latest.min.js" (resides at directory "js"). The file is shorter at the destination directory. When I repeat the upload of this file only it is then fully transferred.

WinSCP 5.13.4
Protocol FTP, port 21
Local machine:
OS Name: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro
OS Version: 10.0.17134 N/A Build 17134
Remote machine reports: HTTP Server: Apache/2.4.10 (Debian)