marksmithhfx at gmail.com
Tue Jul 18 08:49:25 EDT 2023
Here is another timing issue I hadn’t thought of. My upload has recently passed the 1/2 mb size and this may cause a timeout of some sort on the receiving end if it has grown too big?? I don’t think 1/2 mb on DB would be a problem (I have 2 TB of storage, with 25% still free) but maybe when combined with a slow transfer rate? Anyway, I’ve sent a msg to DB so will see what they come back with.
> On 18 Jul 2023, at 1:20 pm, Mark Smith <marksmithhfx at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks Matthias. I’ve bookmarked the curl page for future reference. That solves about 1/2 the problem. Too bad it is difficult to find any information on error code -9805. I’ll follow up with dropbox to see if they are issuing it and what it means. I checked the things you mentioned and none of them seemed to apply (I’m using http not ftp so that rules out #1, time settings have not changed on my end since forever, unlikely dropbox would change them either so that probably rules out #2, and I can’t speak to their firewall settings). Very helpful, so many thanks!
> PS I’ve noticed this error only since upgrading to LC10. I wonder if anything changed in LC that might be contributing? I’d go back to using 9.6.8 (I still have it installed) but since upgrading Xcode to be compatible I don’t have the old SDK available to test with. BTW, this is a question I’ve long wondered but never answered: is it possible to just have (or keep) the SDK files and not all of Xcode? That would sure make life easier space wise.
>> On 18 Jul 2023, at 12:27 pm, matthias rebbe via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
>> The error numbers in the brackets returned by tsNet are curl error numbers.
>> And according to
>> it means there was a problem sending data to the peer.
>> Searching further for Curl error 55 i found some causes
>> 1. if uploading to an ftp server this error could mean that there is insufficient quota on the server
>> 2. Your or the remote compute could have incorrect time settings
>> 3. wrong firewall settings on the remote system
>>> Am 18.07.2023 um 12:59 schrieb Mark Smith via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com>:
>>> I received the following error:
>>> tsenterr (55) SSLWrite() returned error -9805
>>> Anyone know what this means or where to lookup what it means?
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