I'm trying to upload (transfer) a 35GB file to a linux server through SFTP (filezilla). After about 15 hours and 8% progress, I got an error on filezilla saying "Connection timed out".
How can I change or disable the ftp timeout?
@3mb's a minute.. wow ( this is going to take some time ) :P
170hours or so... hehe
What is your ftp daemon on the server???
I would attempt to edit these things on your daemon..
And this on your ftp client (Filezilla)
Time-outs might indicate the transfer will never complete if your disable timeouts.
Since, so far as I know, FTP and SFTP can't resume an upload, I would do the FTP as a get from the other end, and use resume when the connection times-out.
Since time does not seem to be an issue, if you have the disk space you could use