Jaman42

Temporary Files In Queue Doesn't Exist

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19 files (14 KB) to peer name

$I47KHZ7

$I73C76Z

$I7RTIOM

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I got these files in my queue, by the looks of it I guess they are temporary files of some sort and when I search for them they no longer exists on the drive being synced. How do I get rid of these files from the queue?

 

 

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I did, well I thought I did. Then I had another look and realized it was my recycle bin that was also being synced, that's why the search didn't gave me any results I guess. I added it to the ignorelist and everything is good, perhaps $RECYCLE_BIN should be in the ignorelist by default? Thank you for a quick reply.

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Jaman42, usually users don't synchronize whole partitions, but that you for suggestion we'll think about it.

However you also can add System Volume Information into IgnoreList and other system folders to avoid such messages.

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Yes I realize that, it felt a bit wrong doing so actually. Like I knew I was doing something I wasn't suppose to do, something that would cause small headaches :). However this time it worked out. I got a separate hard drive on my computer for work related stuff and already mapped up and everything so I didn't want to have to change the paths in all the programs accessing the folders.

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