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Offline pieropingi

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Hi,
my HFS filesystem have both local and network-connected real folders, and HFS Maximum disk space limit is set to 1 GB.

When I upload a file to the network folder, I get the disk limit reached message, because my local C: drive have less than 1 GB free space, but the network storage isn't out of space.

It's a bug or there is a workaround?

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Re: Maximum disk space limit interfere with upload to an empty network drive
« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2010, 01:50:01 PM »
it's a bug.
thanks for reporting.
you'll have to wait for version #255, that will be published soon (in 0-2 days).

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Re: Maximum disk space limit interfere with upload to an empty network drive
« Reply #2 on: February 26, 2010, 03:07:52 AM »
Glad to help you!
I'm curious! What happens if my real folders are on both my local c: and d: disks, and only one of both is full?
I'll try that tomorrow, but perhaps you already have the answer.

Two ways to solve the problem:
- check the drive of any single folder against the same free space limit (treat that problem as a bug fix)
- give the ability to put several limits, one for each drive concerned (treat that problem as a program enhancement).
In the second case, we can wait more as a build. At the moment, I consider more important a stable version...   :-*
What about you?

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Re: Maximum disk space limit interfere with upload to an empty network drive
« Reply #3 on: February 26, 2010, 12:13:04 PM »
it will prevent uploading only on the full drive.
while the other will still work.