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Changes between Version 94 and Version 95 of help/en/howto/mount


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Nov 21, 2016 7:36:56 PM (4 years ago)
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    7474== Known Issues ==
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    76 === Finder.app will write .DS_Store files to the remote volume ===
    77 You can workaround this with setting `defaults write com.apple.desktopservices DSDontWriteNetworkStores -string true` in a ''Terminal.app'' window and restart ''Finder.app'' using '' → Force Quit… → Finder → Relaunch''.
    78 
    79 === Finder.app does not show files prefixed with `.` on remote volumes ===
    80 You can workaround this with setting `defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles YES` in a ''Terminal.app'' window and restart ''Finder.app'' using '' → Force Quit… → Finder → Relaunch''.
    81 
    82 === Performance issues in  ''Finder.app'' rendering preview  ===
    83 We suggest to disable the option ''View → Show View Options →  Show Icon Preview (⌘-J)'' in ''Finder.app'' and choose ''Use as Defaults''.
    84 
    85 === Saving a file in TextEdit.app will attempt to create a folder `/Temporary Items` on the remote volume. On some servers this may fail due to a permission failure or because the name of the folder is not allowed as in S3.
    86 
    87 You will get the error message `Bucket name is not DNS compatible. Please contact your web hosting service provider for assistance.`.
    88 
    89 === Writing files to S3 compatible third party service provider may fail ===
    90 The S3 interoperable service must support [http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonS3/latest/dev/mpuoverview.html multipart uploads].
    91 
    92 === In Finder.app, creating a new top level folder in S3 fails with `Interoperability failure. Bucket name is not DNS compatible. Please contact your web hosting service provider for assistance.`
    93 A bucket name in S3 cannot have whitespace in the filename. Because a new folder created with Finder.app is named `Untitled Folder` the operation fails. As a workaround, create a new bucket with `mkdir` in ''Terminal.app''.
    94 
    95 === In Finder.app, creating a new top level folder in OpenStack Swift will not allow to rename it from `untitled folder`
    96 Because OpenStack Swift does not allow to rename containers this operation will fail.
    97 
    98 === Cannot choose the region for S3 bucket when creating a new top level folder ===
    99 Creating a top level folder in S3 or OpenStack Swift will default to the default location for new buckets (`us-east-1` for S3) or containers.
    100 
    101 === Multiple OpenStack Swift containers in different regions with the same name ===
    102 Browsing containers will be erratic. As a workaround, browse a region by using a [https://trac.cyberduck.io/wiki/help/en/howto/profiles connection profile] limited to a single region as with [https://trac.cyberduck.io/wiki/help/en/howto/cloudfiles#Profilesforasingleregion Rackspace Cloudfiles region profiles].
    103 
    104 === Mounted volumes do not appear on the Desktop ===
    105 Navigate to volumes using ``⌘⇧-C `` in a ''Finder.app'' window or choose ''Finder → Preferences… → General → Show these items on the desktop: Connected Servers'' to make the volume appear on the Desktop. Mounted volumes are also listed in the ''Finder.app'' sidebar in ''Favorites''.
    106 
    107 === Changes from server not immediately visible ===
    108 The directory listing in ''Finder.app'' or ''File Explorer'' may become out of date when another applications is adding, removing or modifying files on the server. You can force ''File Explorer'' to refresh the directory listing with `F5`. On the Mac, choose ''Reload in Finder'' from the bookmark menu item or ''Reload'' from the [https://trac.cyberduck.io/wiki/help/en/howto/mount#FinderExtension Finder Extension] menu.
    109 
    110 === Search in Finder.app ===
    111 The Spotlight indexer does not work on remote volumes.
    112 
    113 === Failure saving documents from Microsoft Word & Excel ===
    114 Make sure to update your Mountain Duck installation to version 1.5.
    115 
    116 === 0 byte files on WebDAV server ===
    117 If you are running an Apache configuration make sure to disable `fastcgi` and `php-fpm`. Refer to [https://doc.owncloud.org/server/8.1/admin_manual/issues/index.html Troubleshooting WebDAV] in the ownCloud manual and [http://sabre.io/dav/0bytes/ 0 byte files].
    118 
    119 === Additional `._*` files saved on remote volume ===
    120 The `._*` files contain metadata about the file some application write in addition to the file content. On macOS, this metadata can be stored alongside the file on the filesystem, but on remote volumes with no metadata support an auxiliary file is created to contain this information.
    121 
    122 == Interoperability ==
    123 We maintain a list of known providers that fail to work with Mountain Duck due to interoperability issues.
    124  * ''OwnCube''. Their deployment does not work and we discourage this product. Refer to [https://billing.owncube.com/viewticket.php?tid=688548 Ticket #688548].
    125  * ''Bitnami ownCloud''. PHP-FPM is enabled by default in virtual machines and Ubuntu-based cloud images but must be disabled for uploads to complete. Refer to  [https://wiki.bitnami.com/Components/PHP-FPM#How_to_disable_PHP-FPM How to disable PHP-FPM] and [https://trac.cyberduck.io/wiki/help/en/howto/mount#a0bytefilesonWebDAVserver 0 byte files on WebDAV server].
    126 
    127 
    128 == Bug Reports ==
    129 
    130 Please open a ticket from [https://mountainduck.io/help/].
    131 
    132 === Provide logging output ===
    133 ==== Windows ====
    134 Attach the file `C:\Users\[YOURUSER]\AppData\Roaming\Cyberduck\mountainduck.log`.
    135 ==== Mac ====
    136 Open ''Console.app'', filter for “Mountain Duck” in the upper right search field with ''system.log'' selected in the left pane. Then choose ''File → Save Copy As…'' to save the log file and attach it to your email reply. 
     76Refer to [wiki:help/en/howto/mount/issues Known Issues].