Folder size is different

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Folder size is different

Postby akaii » Mon Feb 15, 2016 9:32 pm

Hi guys

I'm syncing my Music folder with OwnCloud desktop sync client and on my Windows I get a folder size like this :
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and on Owncloud server I get thhis size :
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No errors in error.log file.

Does any of you have an idea about what is going on here...
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Re: Folder size is different

Postby tflidd » Mon Feb 15, 2016 11:59 pm

With WinSCP, you can directly connect via WebDAV and get the properties (exact folder size, number of files/folders). Perhaps the sync-process hasn't finished yet. Did you try to stop the sync mechanism and start again?

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Re: Folder size is different

Postby akaii » Tue Feb 16, 2016 12:18 pm

hello yes I tried to re-sync several times.
winscp give same result than "du -sh /.../Music

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Re: Folder size is different

Postby tflidd » Tue Feb 16, 2016 11:51 pm

So there are files missing on your server? Can you look for a missing file, then open the logging window of your client (F12) and search for errors related to this file. The local folder should be scanned from time to time and you should get a status in the logfile, if a specific files has been changed or not.


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