Well, it beats me, that's for sure. :shock:
I assume you are reffering to a setting under:
- Adjust remote timestamp to local conventions
- Adjust remote timestamp with DST
x Preserve remote timestamp (this one is grayed out for me)
It makes no difference which setting I choose, WinSCP v4.2.8. always transfers all of the files, again and again and again.
My server is adjusting it's time via NTP so all of my files on the server have correct timestamps, always showing exact time as my local computer's clock. Although I've noticed, when I look at the files inside the server (with SSH) their time is correct, but when I look at the listing in WinSCP v4.2.8 the MTime is skewed by one hour.
For example, I go into the server and change a file. I do this exactly at 11:18, my local computer clock shows 11:18, AND my server's clock shows 11:18. After doing 'ls -l', MTime of that file shows 11:18. When I look at that file in WinSCP v4.2.8 it shows MTime 10:18, and when I look at it with WinSCP v4.2.7 it shows MTime 12:18.
Now, I'm puzzled :roll: I don't know why v4.2.7 works correctly for me, and why I can't make v4.2.8 to work correctly for me.
Thank you very much.
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