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Unable to view Cloud container objects that contain folders #3987

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cyberduck opened this issue Dec 7, 2009 · 9 comments
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Unable to view Cloud container objects that contain folders #3987

cyberduck opened this issue Dec 7, 2009 · 9 comments

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 7, 2009

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When viewing a Mosso/Rackspace Cloud Files container that contains objects within folders, they do not display in Cyberduck. They can only be view via the Rackspace Control Panel page (see attached image).


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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 7, 2009

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Sorry for the multiple attachments and misnaming of the them.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 8, 2009

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Can you find any related output in the system.log (/Applications/Utilities/Console.app)?

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 8, 2009

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Nothing in the Console related to Cyberduck.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 9, 2009

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Replying to [comment:3 JPdemole]:

Nothing in the Console related to Cyberduck.

Of interest would also be the transcript in the log drawer. We will have to check with Rackspace support then as I cannot replicate the issue. Please also try to add another container and files.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 9, 2009

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After some further investigation... it looks like it's the way I'm uploading the files (via Paperclip, rails plugin).

If I simply drag a folder that contains files into the container, it creates the object, but also creates and empty object for the directory listing.

I do not have that for the ones that were uploaded via paperclip. I created a folder called cues/ and also inside there added a couple test directories (1/, 2/, 3/ .. 10/) and dragged it into the container.

I can now view the cues/1/ - cues/10/ folders, but not anything else. So in order to see 11/ -- X/ I would have to by hand create these and drop them in to get visibility for these files for some reason.

Not sure if this helps :) But it's a workaround for now.

Thanks.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 30, 2009

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Ticket Number 11424 at Rackspace.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 30, 2009

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I can duplicate the bug. Any file uploaded externally to Cyberduck cannot be seen if it has a "/" in it. I uploaded (via Cyberduck) a file inside of a folder and Cyberduck can see it. I uploaded (via the Python bindings) a file and Cyberduck can see it. I uploaded (via the Python bindings) a file with "/" in the filename, and Cyberduck does not show it.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Dec 31, 2009

@dkocher commented

Replying to [comment:7 john.dickinson@…]:

I can duplicate the bug. Any file uploaded externally to Cyberduck cannot be seen if it has a "/" in it. I uploaded (via Cyberduck) a file inside of a folder and Cyberduck can see it. I uploaded (via the Python bindings) a file and Cyberduck can see it. I uploaded (via the Python bindings) a file with "/" in the filename, and Cyberduck does not show it.

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The cf-devguide documentation says:

To take advantage of this feature, the directory marker Objects must also be created to represent the appropriate directories. The following additional Objects need to be created. A good convention would be to create these as zero or one byte files with a Content-Type of application/directory.

As per this convention, Cyberduck will not recognize files nested with more than one / delimiter when there is no marker object between with a application/directory MIME type.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Jan 1, 2010

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Support at Rackspace Cloud said:

Cyberduck is conforming to our dev docs. Other clients that upload nested directories without setting directory markers will not have their content shown in Cyberduck (because Cyberduck is using the path query on container listings).

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