One I don’t understand, but only appears to affect a couple of my projects so far.
My main machine for RW is a 13" MacBook Air mid 2012, with 8GB and 512GB storage. I am now on Mac OS Sierra 10.12.1 and RW 7.1.7 and Stacks 3.2.4
On my largest site, which has approx 350 pages, I was managing to publish without too many dramas. Until the move to Sierra 12.1 and the move from RW7.1.5 to 7 last week. The theme on this project was Themeflood’s Summit 2.1 and the host is GoDaddy (yes, I know, but I have had no issues with them in the last couple of years)
On Thursday last week I added one page, by duplicating another and amending it (which I have done many times in the past). I also made two small amendments to two other pages. The end result was all the menus had to be updated, because of the added page and that amounted to some 5,400 files to upload. Not a great problem and had taken about twenty minutes, the last time I had made a similar change on the Sunday before.
This time the upload fails after getting to roughly 150-160 files (never on the same file, or number), telling me that it is unable to upload the site.
In an effort to understand what was happening, I created a small micro-site in a sub directory, using the same theme and a single home page, with stacks and couple of sub pages with only stacks markdown. This came to 150+ files and also failed at about the 140 file mark. Again never at the same file, or number of files.
I know that I can and will use Transmit to upload, but I want to understand what on earth is going on, as I still prefer to use RW’s inbuilt FTP client. Mad, I know.