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Hello,

I have one virtual server on Fasthost. I am doing a scheduled FTP upload during nights. The scheduled compresses a number of folders, and then uploads them them to another server using wput. However the speed of transfer si 150 KB/s. If I use Filezilla to upload manually the speed is 500 KB/s. According to the provider the issues is within my FTP Server. However I could not understand how manual upload can reach 500 KB/s and the scheduled one only 150 KB/s. Any ideas will be well appreciated.

P.S. Both of the servers are running Windows.
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Is the server or your system loaded during the upload?
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Filezilla is probably better written than 'wput'.  Filezilla can be 'scripted' according to it's website.
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Omarfarid - server is normally loaded in both cases.

Dave Baldwin - I will have to take a look, hope the scripting is not too complicated
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So  I read about Filezilla scripting, currently not very clear manuals. However I tested WinSCP and it does the trick. Tutorials also very clear and straightforward.

Thank you,
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Comments helped, found solution after that by myself
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