14,978 KB size limit?

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14,978 KB size limit?

Hello.

I am using the JavaScript code provided as an example, (https://winscp.net/eng/docs/script_download_most_recent_file) and it works PERFECT for downloading files that are a few MB's. But when I try to download a file of a larger size, say 1 GB, it stops automatically at exactly 14.978 MB. It does this for any large file, stops exactly at 14,978 KB. By the way this is for downloading analysis (computational fluid dynamics) files I am running on a remote server. I am hoping there is a simple fix for this because it seems perfect for my needs.

Any help would be very much appreciated!

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Scott R.

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also..

By the way, it woks fine via the GUI. However, I can't use the GUI approach because I need to start this before I leave at night to start the download at 4AM so it's done when I arrive to work. So the GUI is not an option for me even though it works.

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SOLVED

I found that compressing and tarring the file at the remote location first, will overcome this issue (Even though the compressed & tarred file is still larger than 14,978 KB). It isn't apparent why this is so, but at this point I don't care because it now works for me.

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Re: 14,978 KB size limit?

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