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  1. Hello, since this is my first post here I start with a welcome to everybody! Now for my problem: In our project for LV RT we use a LV framework that requires me to build the project as source distribution and save it to the PXI controller where it is loaded on next boot-up. So essentially I have now a folder containing ~2500 VIs totalling to ~50 MByte and I want to load it to a 8133 controller via FTP. The problem is that the transfer starts at acceptable speed (>150 KByte/s) but becomes incredibly slow after the first ~1000 files are transferred (< 5KByte/s). I have tried up to now with three different FTP clients (Filezilla, WinSCP and the FTP client in LV MAX) and from two different machines. It seems to be connected to the number of files in the target directory. I managed to upload the source distribution by manually distributing it to four target directories but now again moving the contents of the four directories to one on the server with WinSCP takes ages. Even if this would work doing this manually is really no solution as it is error-prone and way too slow. Am I missing something here or could the number of files in the target directory really be such a performance problem. Any recommendations? Best regards flintstone
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