[FTP2.02] Why can't I upload large files with FTP?

FTP uploads are limited to 200MB per file. (NOTE that this is as of 06 Dec 2010. By the time you are reading this, the size limit mighht have increased) If you really need to use a larger file than this in your web space, you will need to split it into chunks and reassemble them after uploading/downloading them separately.

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