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From Adam Gordon <adam.gor...@readytalk.com>
Subject Re: Leap-year problem with commons-net
Date Fri, 29 Feb 2008 23:42:39 GMT
I mean a cron job to touch the files and change the date....

David kerber wrote:
> The problem is that ftp.getfiles won't even retrieve the files from 
> the server!  It sees them as invalid because of the date issue.  So I 
> have to retrieve them manually.  Yeah, I could script up that part as 
> well, but I don't think it's worth it for now.
>
>
> Adam Gordon wrote:
>> Dave-
>>
>> Just set a cron job to do it every minute or (some other interval) 
>> and then you don't have to worry about it - just don't forget to 
>> remove the job tonight.
>>
>> --adam
>>
>> David kerber wrote:
>>> Yeah, that's what I've done so far today, but the files come in 
>>> continuously throughout the day for a total of 1000 or so, and we 
>>> need to process them as they come in, so I've been letting them 
>>> build up and doing it every hour or so.  It's a pain, and I hope 
>>> they get this fixed sometime before the next leap year (and enough 
>>> before it that I have time to implement and test it!!!)
>>>
>>> D
>>>
>>>
>>> Adam Gordon wrote:
>>>> Short of downloading/patching the source code and redeploying, just 
>>>> a stab in the dark here, but maybe just execute "touch -d <date>" 
>>>> in the offending directory/directories.  There's no recursive flag 
>>>> though, bummer.  At least it'll only be a problem for 12 more hours 
>>>> (MST).
>>>>
>>>> HTH,
>>>>
>>>> --adam
>>>>
>>>> David kerber wrote:
>>>>> I have found that the commons-net ftp.listfiles() fails to get 
>>>>> files whose date on the server is on feb 29.  Googling indicates 
>>>>> that this a known problem (at least since this morning), but I 
>>>>> haven't found a quick fix.  Does anybody know of one?
>>>>>
>>>>> D
>>>>>
>>>>>
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