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#768 FTP plugin - save leads to OS freeze on XP

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closed-out-of-date
nobody
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2014-04-20
2006-12-08
goebbe
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When I try to save a document in Jedit from my (office) XP computer via the FTP-plugin I get the following results:
Jedit claims for several minutes (estimated) I/O activity. Then the I/O job is aborted.
Afterwards my whole computer is practically unusable. All actions take a huge amount of time. No network connection any more (e.g. impossible to browse the internet or to connect a server via ssh). The computer cannot shut-down any more - the only way to shut down is via cold-shut-down. :-(

This is reproducable behaviour.
I attach the activity-log to this bug-report.

I use the windows install of Jedit 4.3pre8 together with
Sun JavaRE 5.0 update 9 on Windows XP.

Background:
The FTP-server is an 3 year old Solaris-server. Half a year ago I used to work successfully with an older version Jedit and an older version of the FTP-plugin from a different Windows2000 computer (from a different location).

Unfortunately I am not able to interpret the activity log - Could somebody explain shortly what the problem might be?

p.s. I am only a Jedit user (not a developer of any kind), please excuse if my descriptions are insufficient or technically not correct.
Please let me know if you need further information.
Thanks for providing Jedit and the FTP plugin

Discussion

  • goebbe
    goebbe
    2006-12-08

    Activity log

     
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  • goebbe
    goebbe
    2006-12-08

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    Just to complete my description:
    I can successfully connect to the server.
    I can browse the file structure on the server.
    I can open files from the server (via the FTP-plugin).
    So the problem appears only when saving via the FTP-plugin.

    When I use the free FTP-client FileZilla I can save files (upload) without problems on the server.

     
  • goebbe
    goebbe
    2006-12-08

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    Originator: YES

    Update:
    The problem is also present when trying to save via FTP-plugin 0.8 from Jedit4.3pre8 with Sun Java RE 5.0 update10 on WinXP and
    the problem is also present when trying to save via FTP-plugin 0.73 from Jedit4.2final with Sun Java RE 5.0 update10 on WinXP.

    However I succeeded in saving Files via the latest FTP-plugin from Jedit4.3pre8 and Sun Java RE 5.0 update8 on Ubuntu Linux.
    The first time I tried to save via FTP-plugin on Ubuntu I got an error message that saving was not successful, however network was still up and now it is working like charm and saving the documents in a fraction of seconds - this happened with Jedit4.3pre7 AND Jedit4.3pre8!

    I am going to attach the activity log for "the first time refusing/now it works"-experience under Ubuntu - since I guess that the "first time refusing" is related to the bug report. Is there something special going on at the first connection via FTP-plugin? For some reason the problems are sorted out after a first refused attempt under Linux but they lead to a broken system and the inability to shutdown under WinXP.

     
  • goebbe
    goebbe
    2006-12-08

    activity log for my first time refused, now it works experience under Ubuntu

     
  • goebbe
    goebbe
    2006-12-08

    Logged In: YES
    user_id=1050273
    Originator: YES

    File Added: activity_log_first_time_refusing_linux

     
  • Alan Ezust
    Alan Ezust
    2014-04-19

    • status: open --> pending
    • Group: -->
     
  • Alan Ezust
    Alan Ezust
    2014-04-19

    Is this still an issue with jEdit 5.1 and FTP 1.1 ?
    Does it happen only with the FTP protocol? Because I do not notice this with SFTP, and I never use the FTP protocol.

     
  • goebbe
    goebbe
    2014-04-19

    No WindowsXP and no Solaris Server any more.
    Therefore, I cannot reproduce this bug.
    Since I originally reported the bug and I am not
    affected any more I propose to close this bug.

     
  • Alan Ezust
    Alan Ezust
    2014-04-20

    • status: pending --> closed-out-of-date