Uploading File That Already Exists Causes Multiple Duplicates To Be Created

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  • #43526
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    amartin
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    Hello,

    I am using ajaxplorer 4.0.4 on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and have defined several filesystem repositories. If someone tries to upload a file into a folder where that filename already exists, multiple copies of the file are created. The behavior I would expect is:
    1. a file called filename.txt exists on the server
    2. I created a local file called filename.txt and upload it to the same folder. Ajaxplorer either asks me to rename the file or it puts it at filename-1.txt

    However, the behavior I am observing is:
    1. a file called filename.txt exists on the server
    2. I create a local file called filename.txt and upload it to the same folder. Ajaxplorer renames this file to filename-1.txt but also creates filename-2.txt and filename-3.txt. A subsequent upload of filename.txt creates filename-4.txt, filename-5.txt, and filename-6.txt.

    It seems that 3 files are getting created even though only 1 should. The corresponding entry in the Ajaxplorer log file is as follows:
    05-25-12 13:27:11 192.168.xxx.xxx INFO myuser Upload File file=/path/to/filename-1.txt
    05-25-12 13:27:11 192.168.xxx.xxx INFO shared Auth.ldap :: init
    05-25-12 13:27:11 192.168.xxx.xxx INFO shared Anonymous LDAP connexion
    05-25-12 13:27:11 192.168.xxx.xxx INFO shared Auth.ldap :: init
    05-25-12 13:27:11 192.168.xxx.xxx INFO shared Anonymous LDAP connexion
    05-25-12 13:27:11 192.168.xxx.xxx INFO myuser Upload File file=/path/to/filename-2.txt
    05-25-12 13:27:12 192.168.xxx.xxx INFO shared Auth.ldap :: init
    05-25-12 13:27:12 192.168.xxx.xxx INFO shared Anonymous LDAP connexion
    05-25-12 13:27:12 192.168.xxx.xxx INFO shared Auth.ldap :: init
    05-25-12 13:27:12 192.168.xxx.xxx INFO shared Anonymous LDAP connexion
    05-25-12 13:27:12 192.168.xxx.xxx INFO shared Auth.ldap :: init
    05-25-12 13:27:12 192.168.xxx.xxx INFO shared Anonymous LDAP connexion
    05-25-12 13:27:13 192.168.xxx.xxx INFO shared Auth.ldap :: init
    05-25-12 13:27:13 192.168.xxx.xxx INFO shared Anonymous LDAP connexion
    05-25-12 13:27:13 192.168.xxx.xxx INFO myuser Upload File file=/path/to/filename-3.txt

    Do you have any ideas why this is happening and how to correct it?

    Thanks,


    #58761
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    Charles
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    Humm, very strange, indeed it should not duplicate the files 3 times! Maybe a strangeness on the client, what is the browser?


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    #58763
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    amartin
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    Hi Charles,

    Yes, it was the latest version of Google Chrome on Windows 7.

    Thanks


    #60680
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    jamnew
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    Hi all, I am getting the exact same issue as amartin and am using Google Chrome on Windows 7. Any advice on this?


    #60689
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    Charles
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    we’ll recheck, I put this thread as “open”


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    #61114
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    Charles
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    @amartin, @jamnew, can you still reproduce this? I can’t!


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    #65615
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    Charles
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    ok, hopefully will be fixed in next release.


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