[Cyberduck-trac] [Cyberduck] #6597: Zero bytes uploaded when uploading multiple folders at once

Cyberduck trac at trac.cyberduck.ch
Thu Mar 22 17:16:11 CET 2012

#6597: Zero bytes uploaded when uploading multiple folders at once
    Reporter:            |      Owner:  dkocher
  greenqloud             |     Status:  new
        Type:  defect    |  Milestone:
    Priority:  high      |    Version:  4.2.1
   Component:  s3        |   Keywords:  zero,zero bytes,0
    Severity:  major     |  bytes,upload,greenqloud,s3
Architecture:  Intel     |   Platform:  Mac OS X 10.7
 I have found an issue with uploading large data sets to GreenQloud (S3
 compatible) and found a way to repeat the problem.

 I have a hard drive that I wanted to upload to GreenQloud's StorageQloud.
 The root of the hard drive has about 10 folders and within those folders
 are more nested folders (with utf-8 names and deep nesting) and thousands
 of images, video files etc. roughly 300GB. If I select all of them and
 drag to upload in CyberDuck then the app will prepare for a very long time
 and then chug along and even get better and better upload speeds. However
 when I checked the folders on the remote service - all or most files are 0
 bytes. CyberDuck silently failed to upload the contents for each object
 and even reported that it had transfered all of the data (in terms of
 transmitted data).

 At first I thought this must be GreenQloud's service failing but after
 watching the GQ logs and finding nothing suspicious there I did a lot of
 testing within CyberDuck. I realised that individually uploading each root
 folder worked perfectly with no 0 bytes files. There could possibly be
 something failing in the staging/preparing phase in Cyberduck. I did see
 some string to date errors in the Console.app but I'm not sure if that was
 related to the issue.

 Eiki, CEO GreenQloud

 cheers Eiki, CEO GreenQloud

Ticket URL: <http://trac.cyberduck.ch/ticket/6597>
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