FTP Offset larger than file.
bakes at ymail.com
Tue Jul 28 16:33:05 CEST 2009
On 28 July, 15:18, Bakes <ba... at ymail.com> wrote:
> On 28 July, 15:01, Hrvoje Niksic <hnik... at xemacs.org> wrote:
> > Bakes <ba... at ymail.com> writes:
> > > The error I get is:
> > > ftplib.error_temp: 451-Restart offset 24576 is too large for file size
> > > 22852.
> > > 451 Restart offset reset to 0
> > > which tells me that the local file is larger than the external file,
> > > by about a kilobyte. Certainly, the local file is indeed that size, so
> > > my local script is doing the right things. I do wonder what is going
> > > wrong, can anyone enlighten me?
> > I'd say you failed to take buffering into account. You write into a
> > buffered file, yet you use os.path.getsize() to find out the current
> > file size. If the data is not yet flushed, you keep re-reading the same
> > stuff from the remote file, and writing it out. Once the buffer is
> > flushed, your file will contain more data than was retrieved from the
> > remote side, and eventually this will result in the error you see.
> > As a quick fix, you can add a file.flush() line after the
> > file.write(...) line, and the problem should go away.
> Thank you very much, that worked perfectly.
Actually, no it didn't. That fix works seamlessly in Linux, but gave
the same error in a Windows environment. Is that expected?
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