I did as you asked, and yes, it is attempting to sync multiple large files: 5 files already have an upload percentage stated next to their names and a couple more are in the “Syncing” list but it seems the upload hasn’t started yet.
Thanks for the information guys. There are scenarios where this can happen when large files are distributed into many different folders. We are looking at ways to enhance the upload flow, especially for bulk file upload of large files.
It is still being worked on. If you are in a situation where you can’t get files uploaded, please consider moving the unsynced files out to another location and then copying them into the odrive folder in “chunks”/sections, to avoid more concurrency than is reasonable for your setup.
Do you have an ETA for the next major release referred to in December? Seems like we should already be there.
I still have this problem, others too. Any info with expected dates would be appreciated. It has probably been too long to give us another “it’s coming soon” answer.
Has the 1-file-at-a-time feature been included yet?
This recent problem with Amazon Cloud had brought this to the forefront for me.
I’ve got many large files that start to download at the same time and so they restart, restart, restart and never finish.
At present, I’m using the Amazon Cloud Drive webpage interface, which defeats the purpose of odrive, but it works, where odirve fails.
A “1-file-at-a-time” (both upload and download) control is really necessary, in addition to a safeguard from deleting all local files when Amazon sends a “empty folder, delete all files” message.