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Old 03-03-2014, 08:09 AM   #1
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Wget command download FTP files but some images are 0 kb

when i use wget download all the files from server A(file directory is /file A...not compress those files) to another server B.

server A file directory is

/file A
 file B/file c
 file D
i used the following command:

wget -r -l 20 --ftp-user=user --ftp-password=psd ftp://ip/*
there is a folder named
content/upload/2014/1/some images
. the images in this folder can download but all are not open. why? it's all 0kb. other images from other folders are ok. how to correct it? thank u


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