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Improovements that CWP Must Do for Sure:
« on: January 17, 2020, 06:54:58 PM »
hi.

as a Web Solution Provider, we are Using CWP Panel from Last 180 Days.
we have Found some Major Issues with CWP which are being Experianced from at user level
issues:
1: Restore Backup Feature:
this issue is like a Junk for CWP.
which means, roty without curry
user can not restore backup by themselves using CWP Backup Module from Their Panel.
just try your self,
take a backup from CWP User Panel and, try to Restore it from File Manager/Backup.
2: Can not upload big files in File Manager.
this issue is most important.
user can not upload files in file manager larger than 60MB.
i found these 2 Major issues which are from User Level
any More Issues/Fixes, Reply And Increase the Credebility!
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Re: Improovements that CWP Must Do for Sure:
« Reply #1 on: January 19, 2020, 12:22:53 PM »
Hi, you can open a ticket about the backup in support.control-webpanel.com
Second issue, why do not you use FTP/sFTP/SCP/rsync for the big file uploads? It's much better than FileManager.
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Re: Improovements that CWP Must Do for Sure:
« Reply #2 on: January 19, 2020, 12:28:33 PM »
Second issue, why do not you use FTP/sFTP/SCP/rsync for the big file uploads? It's much better than FileManager.
Have to agree with this assessment - it's unrealistic to expect a web-based FileManager not to timeout when uploading large files. The other methods are geared towards file transfers.
Should some arbitrary limit for FileManager uploads be set to 500Mb/1Gb/1Tb - I don't think so!
« Last Edit: January 19, 2020, 12:31:02 PM by ejsolutions »