|Subject:||Re: FTP creates 0 byte file which is locked by System|
|Posted by:||Remy Lebeau \(TeamB\) (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Date:||Thu, 1 May 2008|
"Gordon Kästner" <Meta7…@arcor.de> wrote in message
> i have the problem that sometimes if the indy FTP-Client wants
> to upload a file the indy FTP-Server creates a 0 byte file which
> is locked by the system-process. The really anoying is that this
> file is not deleteable or renameable (cause its locked by SYSTEM).
> Is this a known problem?
That typically happens if the client is unable to establish a data
connection to the server after the file is initially created. That usually
means that either the client or server is behind a router/firewall that is
blocking the connection.
FTP creates 0 byte file which is locked by System posted by Gordon_Kästner on Wed, 30 Apr 2008