Cyberduck Mountain Duck CLI

Changes between Initial Version and Version 15 of Ticket #9552

Aug 22, 2017 12:17:21 AM (7 months ago)


  • Ticket #9552

    • Property Status changed from new to reopened
    • Property Cc boomer04@… added
    • Property Component changed from core to b2
    • Property Summary changed from Transfer incomplete uploading to Backblaze B2 (and duplicate directory entries) to Transfer incomplete using file upload API
    • Property Priority changed from normal to high
    • Property Platform changed from Mac OS X 10.11 to macOS 10.12
    • Property Version changed from 4.9.3 to 6.2.2
    • Property Keywords upload added
    • Property Milestone changed from to 5.0
    • Property Owner set to dkocher
  • Ticket #9552 – Description

    initial v15  
    1 I'm trying to use CyberDuck to upload files to an account on Backblaze B2.
     1Trying to upload encrypted files by Cryptomator to the Backblaze B2 storage. I tried different times to upload several folders with a total size of about 6.9 GB and in total about 130 files, with the biggest one having about 680 MB.
    3 Cyberduck consistently reports 'Transfer Incomplete' though I srongly suspect that the transfer did complete.
     3There were files uploaded, but I couldn't check manually, if they are corrupt.
    5 Also, annoyingly, the directory listing shows duplicate entries for each of the folders I've uploaded, though Backblaze itself only reports one via its web interface.
     5The error I get is always, that the file transfer is incomplete. Then I tried to upload just some single files, which worked fine, though.
    7 Please help. 
     7Output of the console system.log filtering for "cyberduck":
     9Aug 21 00:26:07 Bjoerns-MacBook-Pro Cyberduck[12987]: assertion failed: 16G29: libxpc.dylib + 74307 [BF896DF0-D8E9-31A8-A4B3-01120BFEEE52]: 0x89
     10Aug 21 00:31:06 Bjoerns-MacBook-Pro Cyberduck[12987]: BUG in libdispatch client: kevent[EVFILT_MACHPORT] monitored resource vanished before the source cancel handler was invoked
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