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Critical File Transfer Error. - Alternate - 2011-09-02

Hello,

I just attempted to insert part of a plugin into my jscripts folder through FileZilla and I receive this notification up at the top where it displays the recent information:

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What should I do to prevent this? It's not allowing me to insert the My Advertisements plugin which is now located on the desktop of my PC.
Thanks a lot, regards,
Alternate.


RE: Critical File Transfer Error. - Radebe - 2011-09-02

Try using cPanel.

It seems you've used up your disk space allowance though.


RE: Critical File Transfer Error. - Alternate - 2011-09-02

This may be why:

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Just letting you know, that isn't my limit. That just displays the highest amount of disk space I've used so far. I still don't understand why this error is occurring, I received a similar one a couple of days ago but it went away shortly afterwards. Maybe I should wait it out an hour or so, anymore help would be appreciated.

Thanks.


RE: Critical File Transfer Error. - Radebe - 2011-09-02

Have you tried uploading via cPanel? Or maybe delete a few unnecessary files?


RE: Critical File Transfer Error. - Alternate - 2011-09-02

I haven't tried through the cPanel, I will do that now. I don't know what files to delete and what ones are important to the website, I don't want to make a mistake and delete a section of my website.


RE: Critical File Transfer Error. - Radebe - 2011-09-02

(2011-09-02, 09:35 PM)Alternate Wrote: I haven't tried through the cPanel, I will do that now. I don't know what files to delete and what ones are important to the website, I don't want to make a mistake and delete a section of my website.

If you like, I can take a look and delete some unnecessary files?


RE: Critical File Transfer Error. - Alternate - 2011-09-02

It's fine, thank you. It worked, I uploaded the files through my cPanel. FileZilla can act pretty derpy at times. I appreciate everyone who's helped me out.


RE: Critical File Transfer Error. - Radebe - 2011-09-02

(2011-09-02, 09:43 PM)Alternate Wrote: It's fine, thank you. It worked, I uploaded the files through my cPanel. FileZilla can act pretty derpy at times. I appreciate everyone who's helped me out.

Good Smile

Could you mark the thread as solved please? Toungue