Dec 21, 2012 at 3:44 PM
Edited Dec 21, 2012 at 4:01 PM
Well, the number of bytes transferred match what the server reported as the size and the number of bytes of the file also match:
File properties in windows 7:
Size: 228 MB (239,858,593 bytes)
From test program: Bytes Transferred/File Size Reported by Server
239,858,593/239,858,593 100.00 %
12/17/2012 04:25PM 239,858,593
||12/17/12 4:25:00 PM
This is a definite oddity in the way the file size is being calculated.
If you calculate where 1 MB = 2^20 the file size is 228.75 MB, which rounded off is 229 so that explains what chrome reports. Seems to be a rounding error (or lack of rounding period) with windows 7.
What difference were you seeing exactly with filezilla?
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If you calculate where 1 MB = 1,000,000, the file size comes out to 239.86 MB. The Transmit FTP client calculates file sizes this way. I'm guessing that there is no real problem, just a discrepancy in unit sizes between the programs doing the math here.