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Re-Scan filesystem

  

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Re-Scan filesystem
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Downloads:  4469
Submitted:  Jun 28 2012

Description:

With this app, you can re scan filesystem when you want, every time, every moment...
It\'s an OC4 app.
Enjoy!!!




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 BRILLIANT!!!

 
 by t11chb on: Jun 29 2012
 
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Have been waiting for this for a while.
Does this just empty the fs_cache table as this would affect all users?


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 Re: BRILLIANT!!!

 
 by hugo01 on: Jun 29 2012
 
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Hi,
thank's for your comment.
I don't understand your question, can you can you say more about your problem?


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 Re: Re: BRILLIANT!!!

 
 by t11chb on: Jun 29 2012
 
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It's not a problem, usually i empty the fs_cache table to do this and wondered if your app does that.


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 Re: Re: Re: BRILLIANT!!!

 
 by hugo01 on: Jun 29 2012
 
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ok,
just look file scan.php on folder ajax, the cache is clean during operation.
see you soon


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 Great !!

 
 by djazzlab on: Jun 29 2012
 
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Great idea !
Thanks for this app :)


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 Error while loading

 
 by mgraeser on: Jul 6 2012
 
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Great idea, sadly i could not enable it. When i just click enable it said "Error while enabling the app"
If I download it, save it in the apps folder, chown it to www-data, an then enable it, it works, but after reloading the webpage a blank white page is shown and i have to disable it trough manually editing the database.
Any suggestions what i am making wrong?
Greetings


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 Error while loading

 
 by mgraeser on: Jul 6 2012
 
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Great idea, sadly i could not enable it. When i just click enable it said "Error while enabling the app"
If I download it, save it in the apps folder, chown it to www-data, an then enable it, it works, but after reloading the webpage a blank white page is shown and i have to disable it trough manually editing the database.
Any suggestions what i am making wrong?
Greetings


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 Works but with errors in my logs

 
 by ovidiu on: Jul 9 2012
 
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The file scan seems to finish just fine but in my server error logs I find this:

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[Mon Jul 09 09:57:02 2012] [warn] [client 196.215.78.72] mod_fcgid: stderr: PHP Warning: is_executable(): open_basedir restriction in effect. File(/srv/www/premaman.co.za/web/file) is not within the allowed path(s): (/var/www/clients/client20/web36/web:/var/www/clients/client20/web36/tmp:/var/www/premaman.co.za/web:/srv/www/premaman.co.za/web:/usr/share/php5:/usr/share/php/PEAR:/tmp:/usr/share/phpmyadmin:/etc/phpmyadmin:/var/lib/phpmyadmin:/usr/share/php:/usr/share/squirrelmail:/var/www/clients/client20/web36/data) in /var/www/clients/client20/web36/web/cloud/lib/helper.php on line 485, referer: https://cloud.premaman.co.za/?app=rescan_fs


Why is it looking at /srv/www/premaman.co.za/web/file ?
That file or folder doesn't exist!


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 are there any limits?

 
 by zaromarco on: Jul 24 2012
 
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are there any limits on scanning? i mean i have 768 pdf file into different directory and subdirectory but seems to be freezed on "Files are being scanned, please wait. 768 files scanned
Current scanning /Manuali Tecnici/MACSA/PROTOCOLLI RS232-TCPIP/PROTOCOLLI AGGIORNATI 2012"
Is it possible to automate the scanning? i need to copy (via copy command) technical data from our internal server on owncloud directory of a user created for sharing data across technician but if i do not rescan i cannot see new file but i cannot do this manually


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