I have below a log of a FTP communication issue that I would like someones opinion about.
The below log shows at 2013-01-14-184.108.40.2061284 that a CD command was issued.
Then at 2013-01-14-220.127.116.115028 the FTP response came back as CWD command successful.
Without entering another command, at 2013-01-14-18.104.22.1687637 the FTP response was CD error which caused an application program to abort.
I do not know how to explain this except to guess it is a timing error. The sign on, CD, and FTP takes place with this same script all night long without issue and occasionally this message pops up and causes the program to abort.
I am at a loss. Can someone with FTP knowledge point me in the right direction to what might be happening?
2013-01-14-22.214.171.1241178 Resp - 331 Password required for administrator.
2013-01-14-126.96.36.1991208 Resp - 230 User administrator logged in.
2013-01-14-188.8.131.521284 Cmd - CD 'WMUploads'
2013-01-14-184.108.40.2061318 Cmd - NOOP
2013-01-14-220.127.116.114787 Resp - Windows_NT
2013-01-14-18.104.22.1684896 Resp - Enter an FTP subcommand.
2013-01-14-22.214.171.1244933 Resp - > NOOP
2013-01-14-126.96.36.1994964 Resp - 200 NOOP command successful.
2013-01-14-188.8.131.524996 Resp - Enter an FTP subcommand.
2013-01-14-184.108.40.2065028 Resp - > CD 'WMUploads'
2013-01-14-220.127.116.115058 Resp - 250 CWD command successful.
2013-01-14-18.104.22.1685090 Resp - Enter an FTP subcommand.
2013-01-14-22.214.171.1245121 Resp - > NOOP
2013-01-14-126.96.36.1995152 Resp - 200 NOOP command successful.
2013-01-14-188.8.131.525184 Resp - Enter an FTP subcommand.
2013-01-14-184.108.40.2067637 PErr - CD error : Windows_NT
2013-01-14-220.127.116.117732 Cmd - QUIT