FTP Issues

Hi All,
In one of the scenario Sender channel is picking files from FTP server. It is working correctly, after the first file gets polled, it is taking some time to poll the successive files.
If there are lot of files each having different size in the source directory. One or two files get polled according to the poll interval after this it is taking some time to poll successive files.
Also i am using custom module in the sender adapter. Is there will be any influence in picking the files because of the custom module..?
Kindly suggest useful solution to solve the above issue.
Regards
JSAP

hi
you are doing the the Scenarios that is picking the file from FTP server
it takes the time to pickup the successive file its not a problem of your FTP server but i think its problem of cache or Queue
please check the Queue it its full or not it it is full it takes  time
you can remove the queue
and check again
thanks
Regards
vijay

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