(sorry for my little english)
I’m editing video, and after a while Adobe Premiere is telling me that is missing some songs, when I try to find them, they actually was in trash bin.
I restored them back, but after a while, again odrive is deleting the same 2 files and sending again to trash.
Whats happening? I didn’t deleted them from online storage even from my pc.
Those 2 files are under Encryption folder. My storage is Amazon Cloud drive.
Those two files are under 10Mb.
Im sending now diagnostic.
Can you tell me the names of the two files so I can pinpoint them in the diagnostic?
Sadi Gali Lehmber Hussainpuri
ALLAHU ALLAH - SAMİ YUSUF
I took a look, and from what I can see, we take a look at the folder containing each of these files and Amazon gives us back a listing that does not include the file. This is considered a remote delete (the file no longer exists on the remote), and we tell Windows to move the file to the recycle bin.
I have seen a couple of cases like this before, although it is very rare. Amazon basically gives us an incomplete listing of the folder. Unfortunately I do not know why this happens. What is odd is that, if it was just a temporary exclusion from the list, the next scan of that remote folder would show the file and a placeholder would be created in its place. Are you ever seeing a placeholder file show up after the file is moved to the Windows Recycle Bin?
On a separate issue, I notice that you have several files in “Waiting” that cannot be uploaded because their filenames are too long. Amazon has a limit of 280 “characters”. When used with encryption, a single file name can become really long and exceed the 280 character limit. For example, you have a file named:
It may be good to check the waiting list and address any files that may be listed in there that have extremely long names.