This happens any version and this case is the process for 5.9 to 6.0
After starting update, the process seems to stop at Unpacking the update for more than a hour.
Downloading update from https://downloads.wordpress.org/release/wordpress-6.0-no-content.zip…
The authenticity of wordpress-6.0-no-content.zip could not be verified as no signature was found.
Unpacking the update…
I can see wordpress-6.0-no-content.zip file under wp-admin folder by FileZilla.
However I can’t find debug.log under wp-conntent folder
I have been able to update it if I use another free server service. The process is successfully finished in .
To be honest, we’re not sure either why it doesn’t work. We’ve tried bumping the script executing time limit, we’ve tried bumping the execution time limit, none of it seems to have any effect. WordPress installations can fail sooner than the PHP time limit would suggest, and they fail without any output, which makes it really hard to debug.
I do agree. However, it is not powerful software, but it is better than net2ftp which only allows you to upload, download, delete and edit files, compared to all of the other tings you can do with MonstaFTP.
While I do think solving this would theoretically be a good idea, I think in the long run, it would just be a waste of time.
MonstaFTP being able to extract large zip files is just not going to happen. Like the name suggests, MonstaFTP is just an FTP client. And FTP doesn’t support extracting archives on the server. So if you tell MonstaFTP to extract the file, MonstaFTP has to download the zip file, extract it locally, and upload the extracted files one by one.
This is exactly the same process as if you would extract the file with FileZilla, except that FileZilla can upload up to 10 files at a time, which MonstaFTP cannot do.
And we have already investigated the WordPress installation/update issue many times without success.