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Discussion some (but not all) files in /mnt/move ignored

Simpleton

Full Member
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PG Version
8.7.5
Mount Type
Blitz Encrypted
Server Type
Local - Virtual Machine
I have been uploading my entire collection with bgblitz. Had a lot of issues, but the latest version works great. Now I'm almost there! But there seems to be a few files in my /mnt/move that are ignored. They are not uploaded?
1. They have same ownership as files that are uploaded
2. They have same persmissions.
3. They have same size range except 1 which is big (500 gb tar file)
4. I have tried touching them to give them a new date.
5. I have tried renaming them.
6. I have tried to move them to a new location (but still within same filesystem as I don't have the space to move them out and back).
7. If i touch a testfile right next to the ignored file (ie. touch test1.tar) it is immidiately picked up and uploaded.
8. I upgraded from 8.6.x to 8.7.5 hoping that would help. But it did not.
9. I also redeployed pgclone. But that too did not change anything.
Any suggestions?
 
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Simpleton

Full Member
Donor
Found the cause/causes.

/opt/appdata/plexguide/pgblitz.sh

1. The script has --max-size 300G so any files in your /mnt/move folder > 300G will be ignored (I changed that, and it took care of some of my files)
2. The script has a lot of --exclude stuf. The rest of my ignored files was caught by some of these options. I removed those too.

Be cautious what you change. And be warned that any changes will reset if you redeploy rclone.
 

Admin9705

Administrator
Project Manager
Found the cause/causes.

/opt/appdata/plexguide/pgblitz.sh

1. The script has --max-size 300G so any files in your /mnt/move folder > 300G will be ignored (I changed that, and it took care of some of my files)
2. The script has a lot of --exclude stuf. The rest of my ignored files was caught by some of these options. I removed those too.

Be cautious what you change. And be warned that any changes will reset if you redeploy rclone.
good to know
 

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