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HTTPS nginx upload Files

lester.morales @ Thu Sep 11 16:40:26 EEST 2014
Hi,

We have a CrushFTP 6 application with access via HTTPS with the certificate and private key in a Nginx server. The application is accessible and the users can navigate and download files normally, anyway when a file is uploaded the URL [i]WebInterface/function/[/i] responses a Bad Gateway.

In the CrushFTP log I found the error:

09/10/2014 12:59:14 PM|java.lang.NullPointerException
09/10/2014 12:59:14 PM|crushftp.server.ServerSessionAJAX5_2.processItems:1577
09/10/2014 12:59:14 PM|crushftp.server.ServerSessionHTTP5_2.handle_http_requests:1455
09/10/2014 12:59:14 PM|crushftp.server.ServerSessionHTTP5_2.run:157
09/10/2014 12:59:14 PM|crushftp.server.QuickConnect.run:105
09/10/2014 12:59:14 PM|crushftp.server.Worker.run:33
09/10/2014 12:59:14 PM|java.lang.Thread.run:680

I could not find information about the error.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Regards

spinkb @ Thu Sep 11 16:42:25 EEST 2014
What exact v6 version is this?

This looks like a bug.

Let me know,
Ben
lester.morales @ Thu Sep 11 16:48:35 EEST 2014
[quote=spinkb]What exact v6 version is this?

This looks like a bug.

Let me know,
Ben[/quote]

CrushFTP Version 6.5.0_21 from CrushFTP, LLC

Regards

spinkb @ Thu Sep 11 17:37:12 EEST 2014
I would try 6.5.0_29 then to see if there is a fix there... Click update now.

Otherwise send the new log.

This might be a case where CrushFTP v7 has to be used.

Thanks,
Ben
lester.morales @ Thu Sep 11 18:18:25 EEST 2014
I updated the CrushFTP but after check and update It seems to be updated to version Version 6.5.0_28

09/12/2014 01:15:33 AM|java.lang.NullPointerException
09/12/2014 01:15:33 AM|crushftp.server.ServerSessionAJAX5_2.processItems:1577
09/12/2014 01:15:33 AM|crushftp.server.ServerSessionHTTP5_2.handle_http_requests:1455
09/12/2014 01:15:33 AM|crushftp.server.ServerSessionHTTP5_2.run:157
09/12/2014 01:15:33 AM|crushftp.server.QuickConnect.run:105
09/12/2014 01:15:33 AM|crushftp.server.Worker.run:33
09/12/2014 01:15:33 AM|java.lang.Thread.run:680
spinkb @ Fri Sep 12 17:08:54 EEST 2014
I am 99% sure this is something fixed by v7.

This is specifically related to a session object item, and we re-wrote sessions tuff in v7.

Basically its checking for an error message for the upload, and failing here...maybe the upload failed for some reason....and that is why there is no object to check, so this might be misleading.

Any chance you want to try v7 if your planning on staying current and buying that upgrade anyway? Email us directly and we will give you a two month code to try it out with so you don't need to pay for an upgrade if its not going to help.

Let me know,
Ben
lester.morales @ Fri Sep 12 17:22:56 EEST 2014
Hi,

I already upgraded to Version 7.1.0_128 and I can confirm it's fixed.

Thanks a lot for your help.

Regards
Lester Morales
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