Opened 5 years ago

Last modified 5 years ago

#3241 new bug

Using the move file to completed folder on map drive creates new folder structure in target

Reported by: bpapa9013 Owned by:
Priority: major Milestone: needs verified
Component: Unknown Version: other (please specify)
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I have my Deluge server running on one machine where it keeps the active downloads, then it is setup to move completed files over to my file server via a mapped drive. The map drive is relative to a target directory on the file server e.g. \ \servername\completeddownloads is actually G:\shared folders\downloads\completeddownloads in the native file structure on the file server.

Whenever a torrent completes in Deluge and the deamon moves the files to that map drive on the file server it creates new folders in the target folder so the 'copy to' folder winds up being \ \servername\completeddownloads\downloads\completeddownloads or G:\sharedfolders\downloads\completeddownloads\downloads\completeddownloads in the native file structure on the file server.

I have cleared out all active/finished torrents, deleted the extra folders and reset the 'move to' setting to the correct folder several times and it keeps doing this whenever the first new torrent finishes.

This has only started happening since I upgraded to the current version of Deluge (1.3.15), don't recall which version I was running previously (sorry).

Change History (1)

comment:1 Changed 5 years ago by bpapa9013

  • Priority changed from minor to major

Correction and Update.

Correction: The original map drive path and local file structure path are:

\ \servername\completeddownloads


The structure that is randomly created is:

\ \servername\Serverfolders\downloads\completeddownloads


Update: It is now apparently creating another set of folders each time the deamon restarts and a torrent finishes, as it is now moving the completed torrents to:

\ \servername\ServerFolders?\Downloads\ServerFolders?\Downloads\CompletedDownloads?


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