Well, I still got one crash after updating license key and download/install. I want to verify, if possible, that I am all set with the debug tool that captures the dump.
I downloaded the dump monitor debug tool at this this link
. After installation, I entered the command into the system prompt from that link. It failed at first, until I added '(x86)' into the file name in the command line. Once I did that, I got a warning, but then the dump monitor appeared to start.
There pictures hopefully tell the tale that all is ok. If I need to do something about that symbols problem shown in the first link, then hope you might be able to let me know, even if it's outside what SmartFTP really is responsible for.. I am hoping that is something outside of what I need to deal with to get SmartFTP running steady again.
Hopefully, this will capture any dumps... but meanwhile...DIFFERENT POSSIBLE BUG OR SETTING PROBLEM
I left SmartFTP on for the afternoon, while I was at work. After a few hours, instead of transmitting files every few minutes, little 'sleep zzz ' clouds appear in the Transfer Queue, to the left of the icons, which are left of the file names. It seems like SmartFTP is just sitting there sleeping, due to some FTP problem that needs to get worked around I guess.
So far as I know, my network and server have been steady. Until about a month ago, SmartFTP would run for days, sometimes weeks, without just stopping like that. I really wish I could get something to run for years without stopping. It doesn't seem like too much to expect, but I guess I am naive.
Is there something I can do to make it restart after failed tries, instead of just sitting sleeping?
Edited by danallendc, 20 May 2008 - 09:28 PM.