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New errors in Yosemite (4 posts)

  • Started 3 years ago by larry
  • Latest reply 3 years ago from larry
  • larry Member

    Been using fetch for years. Suddenly, in Yosemite, I get very slow uploads and lots of errors in the console. Here is an example.

    Any thoughts?

    Larry
    TYPE I
    200 Type set to I.
    PORT 192,168,0,13,254,100
    200 PORT command successful.
    STOR veteransUP.jpg
    150 Opening BINARY mode data connection for veteransUP.jpg.
    226 Transfer complete.
    MFMT 20141020210614 veteransUP.jpg
    500 'MFMT 20141020210614 veteransUP.jpg': command not understood
    MDTM 20141020210614 veteransUP.jpg
    550 20141020210614 veteransUP.jpg: The system cannot find the file specified.◇
    SITE UTIME 20141020210614 veteransUP.jpg
    500 'SITE UTIME 20141020210614 veteransUP.jpg': command not understood
    SITE UTIME 201410202106 veteransUP.jpg
    500 'SITE UTIME 201410202106 veteransUP.jpg': command not understood
    SITE UTIME veteransUP.jpg 20141020210614 20141020210614 20141020210614 UTC
    500 'SITE UTIME veteransUP.jpg 20141020210614 20141020210614 20141020210614 UTC': command not understood
    MLST veteransUP.jpg
    500 'MLST veteransUP.jpg': command not understood
    STAT veteransUP.jpg
    213-status of veteransUP.jpg:
    10-21-14 03:39PM 37274 veteransUP.jpg
    213 End of status.
    Successful upload of veteransUP.jpg as binary data (37,274 bytes, 1,961 bytes/sec, 0:19 elapsed) completed at 10/21/14, 3:39 PM

    Posted 3 years ago #

  • larry Member

    I should mention that this is the newest version of Fetch...

    Posted 3 years ago #

  • Jim Matthews Administrator

    Hi,

    Thanks for posting. Those errors shouldn't be a problem. Fetch is trying to set the modification date for the file you uploaded, and unfortunately that part of the FTP protocol is not standardized. So Fetch tries a bunch of different things, until it finds one that works. If none of the commands work (as was the case here), eventually Fetch will stop trying (that should happen after 5 uploads). Fetch will do this no matter what version of OS X you are running.

    I wonder if this effort to set the modification date is slowing down your uploads. If so the effect should go away after five uploads -- do you see that? You can turn it off altogether by checking "Do not preserve modification dates" in the Obscure action of Preferences.

    Thanks,

    Jim Matthews
    Fetch Softworks

    Posted 3 years ago #

  • larry Member

    Thank you very much for the reply.

    I did not see the 5 and out effect, but when I checked "Do Not Preserve..." the problem seemed to go away.

    I wonder why the problem would suddenly appear?

    Thanks again.

    l

    Posted 3 years ago #

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