1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 10, 2007 4:24 AM by m gupta

    Unknown error please see log for details...

    rubbish
      Hi,

      I have been having major issues with not being able to connect or administer a site, so I deleted the site from the server and uploaded a fresh version as the error suggested the files where corrupt?

      Now I get the error "Unknown error please see log for details" the log is as follows;

      Date: 12/22/2006
      LocalTime: 12:36
      Host: ftp.caitlin-labradoodles.co.uk
      Port:
      LoginID: caitlinlauk
      Path: /
      Passive Enabled: false
      ProxyHost: NoneContribute Alternate Rename: no
      Contribute Optimized: yes
      ======================== Test Results ==========================

      NOTE: For more information on FTP server compatibility issues, please see
      http://www.macromedia.com/support/contribute/ts/documents/ftp_info.htm
      Login: SUCCESS!
      Changing Directory To: / SUCCESS!
      Directory Listing Test: SUCCESS!
      Make Directory Test: SUCCESS!
      Change Directory Test: SUCCESS!
      Upload a File Test: REMOTE_IO_ERROR - Error reading or writing remote resource.

      ----------------------- FTP log from the last operation ----------------------
      > CWD /mm_diagnose_9qw83
      < 250 Directory successfully changed.
      > PORT 192,168,165,54,207,26
      < 200 PORT command successful. Consider using PASV.
      > TYPE I
      < 200 Switching to Binary mode.
      > STOR upload_test1_reg_.htm
      < 425 Failed to establish connection.
      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Cleaning Test Directory: Contribute could not create "mm_diagnose" because it already exists. Please remove this folder.
      ----------------------- FTP log from the last operation ----------------------
      > CWD /
      < 250 Directory successfully changed.
      > RMD mm_diagnose_9qw83
      < 550 Remove directory operation failed.
      > CWD /mm_diagnose_9qw83
      < 250 Directory successfully changed.
      > PORT 192,168,165,54,207,27
      < 200 PORT command successful. Consider using PASV.
      > TYPE A
      < 200 Switching to ASCII mode.
      > LIST
      < 150 Here comes the directory listing.
      < -rw-r--r-- 1 6518 99 0 Dec 22 12:34 upload_test1_reg_.htm
      < 226 Directory send OK.
      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      Any suggestions would be great at this stage as Im scratching my head with confusion and my customer is getting very irate as she can not do anything.