So, I'm trying out 1.0 - looking for a stable, fast, reliable SCP program - and foolishly trust 1.0
I've used 1.0 in the past to COPY files to a network attached file server - but just now (desperate for disk space) I moved a video file using 1.0
No more video file.
The video file was 17GB+ - it arrived at the file server as ~330KB
and sure enough, that's all that's there - SCP might be faster than MS file copy, but at least my bits get there
Lemme know when WinSCP 2.x non-beta is ready, with unlimited file size support (contrary to the forum post that asks that VERY question and the response is "no limit") -- now that I'm taking my time to look at the tool, sure enough - MOST of my files >2Gb don't even SHOW UP in the local directory window (they're really there, WinSCP just doesn't list them)
I don't know why the 17Gb file showed up, but not the 2-6GB files, but oh well.
FORTUNATELY, I had already split that 17Gb file into sub parts, and the massive file / remainder that I hadn't extracted I didn't care about - still - I don't expect a SECURE copy program to trash my files.
hmm - on the positive note, I DO have 17Gb FREE now....
System info: Win XP SP1
Dell Dimension 4550
3.06GHz Intel w/ Hyper threading on
~160Gb disk space (and still not enough!)