JEdit 4.3, FTP-plugin 0.9.7 (Java 1.6.0_18, Windows XP Service Pack 3)
When I try to save via FTP files longer than 520 bytes my internet connection crashes.
I reproduced it on several different FTP servers.
When I reestablish connection and reload this file it turns to consist only one byte - first symbol from what I wanted to save.
Switching off passive mode, two-stage save and cleaning ftp directory cache doesn't help.
I do not use proxy.
At the same time I can view directories and open files via FTP protocol.
Work via SFTP (including saving) runs normally.
I have older JEdit on another machine and older FTP plugin (can't remember exact version now). They work with no such errors.
I use ADSL modem with my computer in inner network and modem directly connected to ISP. Saving seems to crash my modem's inner network: 192.168.1.1 (modem) stops stops to respond ping requests.
Discussion is also here:
Similar problem was reported but no solution suggested:
|Submitted||ru1234 - 2010-02-22 - 21:52:07z||Assigned||nobody|
|2010-02-23 - 19:37:36z
|Moving this to Plugin Bugs.|
|2010-02-23 - 19:49:24z
|I've never had this issue before.
Are you running any virus software, which monitors your internet traffic?
Have you tried an older version of Java (maybe downgrade to 1.5), or a newer version of Java. The latest version looks to be 1.6.0_18.
Also, is your other system in the same location? Behind the same modem, ISP, etc.. Are they both connected using the same medium (wireless vs.wired)?
|2010-03-22 - 19:16:41z
|> Also, is your other system in the same location? Behind the same modem,
ISP, etc.. Are they both connected using the same medium (wireless
Actually it is the problem to reproduce - under some ISPs saving via FTP works, under others - does not work. I can't say exactly what the difference, but it is still strange because other programs work with FTP absolutely normally in all cases, including when jEdit fails.
FYI: In all cases connection was wired.
> Are you running any virus software, which monitors your internet traffic?
> Have you tried an older version of Java (maybe downgrade to 1.5)
No, I don't know how to downgrade.
> ... or a newer version of Java. The latest version looks to be 1.6.0_18.
I used the latest at the moment - 1.6.0_18 and the latest version of jEdit.
Maybe I should collect some particular information about errors (are there any jEdit logs or etc)?