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.
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
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