[Cyberduck-trac] [Cyberduck] #5154: Synchronize does not upload

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Tue Nov 30 17:42:07 CET 2010

#5154: Synchronize does not upload
    Reporter:  zak_burke  |        Owner:  dkocher      
        Type:  defect     |       Status:  closed       
    Priority:  normal     |    Milestone:  3.8          
   Component:  core       |      Version:  3.6.1        
    Severity:  normal     |   Resolution:  fixed        
    Keywords:             |     Platform:  Mac OS X 10.6
Architecture:  Intel      |  

Comment (by dkocher):

 Replying to [comment:21 https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/id?id=aitoawl-
 > I have experienced a similar problem and am adding information in case
 this helps determine the root cause and fix.  I was using the current
 version off the main website or version 3.7.  My remote service is Amazon
 S3.  When using Synchronize with "upload", I would get two problems.  A
 compare of large directory (1.6GB) would complete in just a few seconds
 and it would not upload any newly added files.  Drilling down into the
 directory with an added file(s) and creating a sync on just that directory
 worked just fine (new file(s) correctly uploaded).  This sounds similar to
 the problem already report.  I had a second problem as well.  On a
 completely different folder, each time I asked Cyberduck to sync, it would
 sync the same 11.MB of files out of the 1GB total size of directory.  I
 did this 4 times and 4 times it uploaded the same files to the remote.  It
 might have something to do with the fact I downloaded these files from the
 remote to local by accident, and their local timestamp has been updated to
 the time of download.
 > Regardless, I reverted to version 3.5.1 and both problems went away.

 We now support comparing file checksums for S3, Cloudfiles, Azure and
 Dropbox protocols making synchronization for these protocols much more

Ticket URL: <http://trac.cyberduck.ch/ticket/5154#comment:28>
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