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Change the output on FileZilla results

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I am downloading about 30,000 images for my online store.  FileZilla has a response "226 Output truncated to 10000 matches".  Is there any way to increase this?

I am using the most recent version of FileZilla on a XP Dell Workstation.

Thanks for your help!
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Jason C. Levine earned 2000 total points
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The issue is not a FileZilla one.  The server itself is sending you a truncated file list as a request to download all 30k images at once is triggering some security response.  

If you can affect the FTP daemon then you might be able to change the server response.  Seems easier to break up the job into 5,000 file chunks though.
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