|Date:||Tue, 03 Oct 2006|
I have changed my FTP client to a threaded FTP client, but there are some behaviour
that I am not understanding.
If I select more than 2 files, I most certainly will have a problem. Then program
starts the FTP, but just stops. When I check the server, there's a "Closed
connection. Transfer aborted". But the line *Synchronize(StatusEnd);* is not
executed, and I this thread remains active until the programs closes.
Of course, if I try to download one file things works, no matter if the files is
small 345 Kbytes or big 140 Mbytes.).
One thing I noticed. When there are big transfers (>80Mb), the thread "stops" for a
while (I guess inside FFTP.Get) then executes *Synchronize(StatusEnd);*. I am using
the default properties of TidFTP.Create with 2 or 3 threads. Above that, the
behaviour I described happens.
Is there a way to detect that the connection was closed by the server?
What can I possibly be messing up :S?
FFTP.Get( FFileRemote, FFileLocal, True , FFtp.ResumeSupported );
Synchronize(StatusEnd); // <-- this is not executed, at least the main thread
is not updated with the new status
// should never arise
Raise; // Debug only
if FFtp.Connected then