Tom,

There is a known bug in the Windows sockets implementation related to an out
of sequence FIN-ACK during an FTP session. Be sure you have all of the PTFs
applied on the AS/400 (IBM has a patch that provides a work-around). I don't
know if this is the cause of the problem, but is similar to one we saw
recently.

Patrick
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From: <tomh@simas.com>
To: <midrange-l@midrange.com>
Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2001 4:36 PM
Subject: FTP problem


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> I have several users who ftp files to our system on a daily basis.  One of
> them is having, and I thought maybe you guys could help me diagnose it.
>
> Here is the entry from their log (ftp output redirected to a text file)
> 12/12/2001 2:56 PM CT
>
> 1212 13:51:26 (00000106) 172.138.50.153:1073 connected to
> 64.218.124.133:21
> 1212 13:51:27 (00000106) ftp.simas.com S(0) 172.138.50.153 netuser logon
> success (B1)
> 1212 14:14:38 (00000106) ftp.simas.com N(WSAEINTR) 172.138.50.153 netuser
> ERR:STOR ftpfile.zip (k:/ftpfiles/netuser/ftpfile.zip)(747064 bytes,
> 1029219 ms)
> 1212 14:14:38 (00000106) 172.138.50.153 connection reset
> 1212 14:14:38 (00000106) 172.138.50.153 connection closed
>
>
> And here is the relevent section from my ftp.log file:
> 1212 13:51:26 (00000106) 172.138.50.153:1073 connected to
> 64.218.124.133:21
> 1212 13:51:27 (00000106) ftp.simas.com S(0) 172.138.50.153 netuser logon
> success (B1)
> 1212 13:58:33 (000000b7) 216.102.56.130:45461 connected to
> 64.218.124.133:21
> 1212 14:14:38 (00000106) ftp.simas.com N(WSAEINTR) 172.138.50.153 netuser
> ERR:STOR ftpfile.zip (k:/ftpfiles/netuser/ftpfile.zip) (747064 bytes,
> 1029219 ms)
> 1212 14:14:38 (00000106) 172.138.50.153 connection reset
> 1212 14:14:38 (00000106) 172.138.50.153 connection closed
>
> It has something to do with the N(WSAEINTR) error, but I have no idea
> what.  We have other users who send files far larger than what this user
> is attempting, so I don't think it's a time-out issue on our end.  We've
> checked, and space doesn't appear to be an issue either.
>
> Tom Hightower
> Solutions, Inc
> http://www.simas.com
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