After saving the files extension with docx, xlsx, pptx using wps, reopen files prompts broken

What is the problem you are having with rclone?

After saving the files extension with docx, xlsx, pptx using wps, reopen files prompts broken

Run the command 'rclone version' and share the full output of the command.

rclone v1.16.0

OS System

Windows 11

Which cloud storage system are you using? (eg Google Drive)

webdav

The command you were trying to run (eg rclone copy /tmp remote:tmp)

rclone mount webdav:/ K: --file-perms=0777 --dir-perms=0777 --vfs-cache-mode=full --max-depth=1 --low-level-retries=2 --volname="wedav" --human-readable  --vfs-read-chunk-size=20M --vfs-cache-poll-interval=0 --cache-dir=cache --dir-cache-time=1s --vfs-write-back=1s --vfs-read-chunk-size-limit=100m --no-update-modtime --config=config.conf --log-format=time,microseconds --debug-fuse -vv

A log from the command with the -vv flag

saving .docx with wps

saving log.txt (472.0 KB)

reopen file

reopen log.txt (526.5 KB)

Could someone help me ?

Hi nbdesharkopen,

These are quite agressive values:

What happens if you use the defaults (--dir-cache-time=5m --vfs-write-back=5s)?

What happens if you also keep these at default values (remove them from the command):

@Ole
Changed to the default value, but the same problem still occurs

rclone mount webdav:/ K: --file-perms=0777 --dir-perms=0777 --vfs-cache-mode=full --volname="wedav" --human-readable --cache-dir=cache --dir-cache-time=5m --vfs-write-back=5s --config=config.conf --log-format=time,microseconds --debug-fuse -vv

Thanks!

I checked your debug logs and didn't see any obvious errors or issues, so it is currently impossible to tell if the issue is caused by rclone, wps, your local disk, the webdav server, something else - or a specific combination. I therefore suggest you try to eliminate as many possibilities as possible by further simplifying your reproduction.

You could try eliminating wps by reproducing with another editor, e.g. Word, LibreOffice or WordPad.

You could try eliminating you local disk by checking what happens if you do the same sequence in a testfolder on the disk holding the rclone cache, probably C:

You could try eliminating your webdav server by testing on a mount of a local folder, something like this:

rclone mount ./testfolder T: --file-perms=0777 --dir-perms=0777 --vfs-cache-mode=full --volname="test" --human-readable --cache-dir=cache

You could try eliminating rclone by mounting the webdav server directly in Windows by opening Explorer, right clicking on "This PC" and then selecting "Map network drive".