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Problem when uploading a folder #7

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arriflex2 opened this Issue Apr 28, 2014 · 4 comments

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arriflex2 commented Apr 28, 2014

Hello ans thank you very much for this very useful app!

I have a problem when uploading a 13 video folder (5.5go )
The upload doen't work and a dialog box shows:
org.javaswift.joss.exception.CommandException: Unable to execute the HTTP call or to convert the HTTP Response

Only 1video on 13 is uploaded.

I work on Windows 7 w86 ans hubic free account.

Thank you!

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roikku commented Apr 29, 2014

Hi,

It is quite difficult to get an idea of the problem here.

Can you reproduce the problem? Otherwise, it might have been due to a temporary network anomaly.

I have uploaded much larger directories (in both, size and number of files) containing videos without encountering such a problem.

It is always hard to investigate a problem that cannot be easily observed, I should pay more attention to this guideline ;-)

Cheers,
Loic

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arriflex2 commented May 6, 2014

Hi

And thank you for your answer (and for your great job!)
I had the very same problem last evening (1 video on 13 uploaded) with the same warning message.
But the problem might come from hubic network (my internet connexion is very stable).

Indeed I also have problems to download filse from my hubic storage this morning...

All the best!

@roikku

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roikku commented May 8, 2014

Hi,

I have actually observed this problem while uploading a large directory (containing over 100,000 files). The problem seems to have occurred after several hours of activity (several dozens of thousands of files were already successfully transfered).

It might worth trying to implement a more robust upload method, which can retry when such an exception is thrown...

Cheers,
Loic

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tedylou commented Jul 23, 2016

Hi,

I have the same message "unable to execute the HTTP.." when I try to download a very small directory. Only the name of the directory is downloaded. not any file inside.
when I only choose one file of this directory, it is uploaded, but its date is not the original one, but the current date. That is a real problem and I worry it is the same thing for a download of a directory.
And I have also this message when I only click on a big backuped directory in the browser. Immediately the message appears after 2 seconds. The directory is backed on hubic.
How these problems would be solved?

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