I got iFolder finally running between my openSuse 11.1 and my Mac Book Pro running 10.5.8 but I have a performance problem. I added a new folder to iFolder to get synced (Pictures) which contains severl of 1000s of images and also lots of folders. The sync runs now the 5. time and it only uploaded about 500MB out of 10GB (over local gigabit network).
In the client application on Mac I only see messages containing folders which get uploaded but not really files and I get always this message in /var/log/system.log:
Aug 26 13:07:34 arnold-maderthaners-macbook-pro iFolder 3: *** Break on _NSLockError() to debug.
Aug 26 13:07:34 arnold-maderthaners-macbook-pro iFolder 3: *** -[NSConditionLock unlockWithCondition:]: lock (<NSConditionLock: 0x34e740> '(null)') unlocked when not locked
What is the best way to initally upload such a big folder and which performance could I expect in a normal sync operation as it is very slow atm (it is syncing but nearly no files are getting uploaded) ?
The following URLs are supported in Vibe, and might appear in the table above.
Permalinks are URLs that remain constant over time, and are used to reference individual workspaces, folders and entries. You can use them as bookmarks, or e-mail them to others. Copy and paste them as needed.
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