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From David Latorre <dvl...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: FTP server dies every few hours
Date Fri, 07 Dec 2012 08:08:15 GMT
Hello Jerry,

 We have several instances of FTPServer in Linux and Win Server 2003 and
never suffered such a problem (they have been running for months now). Can
you provide us with the following information?

1) Apache FTPServer, Apache MINA and JRE/JDK versions.

2)  Are you using any custom code (e.g., Ftplets, commands, filesystem )  ?

I cannot recall any similiar issue so my initial thought was that your
problem is due to 2) - but I haven't been able to follow the mailing list
lately so I might be utterly wrong.

2012/12/7 Jerry M <techstuff@malcolms.com>

> I've been using the FTPServer (on Win Server 2008) since around June of
> this year.  I don't need ftp around the clock.  So this problem hasn't been
> critical.  But it has become very annoying.  I have it configured to run as
> a Windows service.  I'll start the FTP service.  Do ftp tasks on and off
> for a few hours.  When I come back hours later or the next day and try to
> FTP, I get a "server closed connection unexpectedly" or something like that
> when I try to send or receive.  I then have to log on to the server and
> bounce the ftp service.  Everything is good to go again, for a few hours.
>  Then it's dead again the next time I need it.
> Again, this is as consistent as clockwork.  I've never had it stay up 24
> hours.  I looked at the FTP logs and see nothing irregular logged.
> First question... does this sound familiar to anyone?  Second question...
> if no one has heard of this behavior until now, what kind of debug can I do
> to try to figure out what is happening? (I've got an extensive coding and
> debug background.  So I can go under the hood if necessary).
> I like the server.  I would just like for it to stay alive more than a few
> hours.
> BTW... not seeing anything like this on any of my other servers (apache,
> tomcat, james) that are running in the same box.
> Thanks.
> Jerry

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