libUrlFtpUploadFile - reuse open sockets?
revdev at pdslabs.net
Tue Apr 14 18:34:59 EDT 2009
While using libUrlFtpUploadFile to upload a bunch of files to a server,
I find that libUrlFtpUploadFile opens a new socket for each upload. Even
using a callback message to start a new one when the current one
finishes, I get a "max number of connections" message back from the
server when the server's max number is reached. After this, the next few
upload attempts fail due to max number of connections; then as the open
connections time out, new files can successfully upload again.
So... I want to know:
1) Does FTP require a new socket for each upload?
2) If not, how do I tell libUrlFtpUploadFile to reuse an existing open
socket for the next upload?
3) Is there something else I'm missing? Am I making things more
complicated than they need to be? I have a nagging suspicion along this
Here's how my code is structured:
on uploadMyFile pLocalFile, pServerPath
on uploadEnded pUrl, pStatus
put pUrl & tab & pStatus & cr after fld "callbackParams"
put nextFileFromList() into p1
put nextServerPath() into p2
send ("uploadMyFile" && p1 & comma & p2) to me in 6 ticks
Many thanks for your help.
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