Cyberduck Mountain Duck CLI

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Table of Contents

  1. Sync Progress
  2. Recent Files

Cyberduck Help / Howto / Mountain Duck / Smart Synchronization / History

Sync Progress

The sync queue area of the file history section shows the files that currently get synchronized and the files that will get synchronized after the current synchronization process. There are different synchronization states that can get displayed within that area:

  • idle
  • active synchronization process
  • prepare for synchronization

Shown for active synchronization processes are transfer rate, remaining data, and already transferred data. If Mountain Duck synchronizes files in a badge, the file state might differ to the state within the file browser. The sync queue display limit is five entries.

Clicking on a file in the sync queue Mountain Duck opens it in the operating system file browser.

Recent Files

The Recent Files area shows the last 20 items that Mountain Duck uses for one of the following processes:

  • Delete. A file or folder has been deleted either by you or on the server.
  • Create. A file or folder was created or updated on the server.
  • Upload. A file or folder gets uploaded either by you or by the file browser. If you create or update a file within the local network drive you'll also see this icon.
  • Download. You or the file browser downloads a file or folder to the local drive. This state also occurs if a file that is marked as keep offline has updated on the server.

Also, a file may show up with an error state indicating an issue while synchronizing. Further details are available through the Finder or Explorer extension sync options menu item.

Clicking on a file in the Recent Files section Mountain Duck opens it in the operating system file browser. You can clear out all entries of the list by clicking on the Clear Menu button at the end of the file history menu.

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