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Episodes got deleted - seems if too much space is used #3329

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dh1jc opened this issue Aug 23, 2019 · 1 comment

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commented Aug 23, 2019

App version: 1.7.2b (from Google Play)

Android version: 7.0 [Please mention if you are using a custom rom!]

Device model: Huawei Honor 8 FRD-L09

Expected behaviour:
If i select a huge number of podcast files eg. TiestoClubLife to be downloaded, all files should stay in the folder as long as filespace is available, or automatic deletion is enabled.
The downloaded files are big in size ie 80mb per podcast. therefore after 20-30 files around 2gb are used.

Current behaviour:
If there is too much filespace ocupied by antennapod, files are getting deleted (even without autodelete function).

First occurred:
unknown - I have experiended this issue before but am not sure when

Steps to reproduce:

  1. remove all downloaded files from eg. TiestoClubLife
  2. select 30+ files to download, and wait until all files are finished
  3. check if all files downloaded are present
  4. (on my device even after successfull download, files are missing - mostly first finished)

Environment: [Settings you have changed, e.g. Auto Download. "Unusual" devices you use, e.g. Bluetooth headphones. Do you still use Prestissimo? Did you select another media player?]
nothing unusual - no auto delete

Stacktrace/Logcat:
A "logging" option within Antenna Pod would be nice.

Filepath for Storage
Currently set to /storage/6C67-1CB6/Android/Data/de.danoeh.antennapod/files (60GB free)

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commented Oct 15, 2019

This may be a duplicate of #3103. The good news is that #3103 describes a workaround for the bug: disable the cleanup settings for automatic download, even if automatic download is disabled. I can't confirm whether that works or not.

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