Perl FTP download not working.

I have created a script to download several zip files over 50 files. There are two problems that I am running into, first there are two folders in the directory were the files are. The folders do not need to be downloaded, and the second is that the script does not download all the files it usually downloads something like 50 - 52 files I need it to download all files but not the folders here is a copy of my script please help me figuer out what I am doing wrong.

[start code]

#!/usr/bin/perl
      use Net::FTP;
      use Archive::Extract;
      use File::Listing qw(parse_dir);

      $host = 'myhost.com';
      $path = '/mydir/data/';

      $ftp = Net::FTP->new($host, Timeout => 1800) or die "Cannot contact $host: $!";

      $ftp->login('username', 'password') or die "Cannot login ($host):" . $ftp->message;

      $ftp->cwd($path) or die "Cannot change directory ($host):" . $ftp->message;

      @Files = $ftp->ls('-lR');
      
      $ftp->binary();         
      
foreach $file (parse_dir(\@Files))
      {
          my($name, $type, $size, $mtime, $mode) = @$file;            
            print "Retrieving $name \n";
            print "File type $type \n";
            
            if ($type != 'f')
            {
                  print "File name: $name";
                  print "File type: $type";
            }
            
            if ($type eq 'f')
            {
                  $ftp->hash($name,102400);
            
                  $ftp->get($name, "C:/Temp/$name") or warn "Could not get $_, skipped: $!";
                  EXTRACT("C:/temp/$name");
            }
      }

$ftp->quit or die "Could not close the connection cleanly: $!";
      
sub EXTRACT
      {
            my $ae = Archive::Extract->new( archive => @_ );
            my $ok = $ae->extract( to => 'C:/temp/central/dnld' );

      }

exit;

[code end]

one last thing I have also include a step to unzip all the files as it finishes the download. What is wrong with this thing.
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jmcgOwnerCommented:
The fact that your script successfully downloads some files means that it is substantially correct and leads me to suspect that there is some data dependency that is causing your script to fail: running into a transfer problem from the FTP server, running out of disk space, etc.

The first thing to check is the content of @Files to be sure that it contains everything you expect it to contain. Then, if the "foreach $file" loop exits early, before all the files are transferred, I'd look at whether there's an uncaught error occurring in the 'extract' method.

For perfectionism, check whether the call to the 'hash' method is working the way you want. As I read it, you should only need to call it once per ftp session, not for every file. The $file parameter you're passing is evaluated as to true or false, but otherwise ignored.
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leotronAuthor Commented:
Thank you for your comment the script was timing out so I increased the timeout time and that solved the problem
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