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Hi All,

I have posted yesterday about an ftplib issue, this has been resolved.

I actually want to ask something here...

The script that that ftplib error was from...I was wondering - What do
I need to do to print the stats (speed/s, percentage done) of the
upload that is running on the monitor.

This script runs on a Fedora Machine.

Thanx for the help guys!

-- Merrigan

May 5 '07 #1
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On May 5, 1:46 am, Merrigan <charl.loub...@gmail.comwrote:
Hi All,

I have posted yesterday about an ftplib issue, this has been resolved.

I actually want to ask something here...

The script that that ftplib error was from...I was wondering - What do
I need to do to print the stats (speed/s, percentage done) of the
upload that is running on the monitor.

This script runs on a Fedora Machine.

Thanx for the help guys!

-- Merrigan
Looks like all you've got on the Python side is the size() method.
You could start a timer when the transfer begins, and then compare the
size on the server versus the size locally to get progress.

~Sean

May 5 '07 #2

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