I found that I cannot see zfs filesystem contents and so cannot clone it. The command :
rclone ls /srv/media
2017/05/15 15:00:43 Failed to ls: directory not found. ame thing with nfs. Other directories on the ext4 seem fine. This is on ubuntu server lts 16.04.2
Is this expected behavior ?
Are they symlinks? rclone won’t see them without the
If not then can you file an issue please. In that issue it would be useful if you could put the output of
strace rclone ls /srv/media please. Could you also put the output of
rclone -vv ls /srv/media too please!
No, they are just normal files and directories.
$ rclone -vv ls /srv/media > ~/rclone.vv.ls
2017/05/17 20:53:41 DEBUG : rclone: Version “v1.36” starting with parameters ["/snap/rclone/226/bin/rclone" “-vv” “ls” “/srv/media”]
2017/05/17 20:53:41 INFO : Local file system at /srv/media: Modify window is 1ns
2017/05/17 20:53:41 Failed to ls: directory not found
The strace is much longer, and pasted here
The strace has this in it
lstat("/srv/media", 0xc82025c038) = -1 ENOENT (No such file or directory) which explains it.
What happens if you
Is rclone running in a restricted environment? I noticed lots of apparmor stuff in the strace?
Ah looked at the strace again. You are running the snap version. Can you try the normal download too?
Size: 2 Blocks: 1 IO Block: 131072 directory
Device: 29h/41d Inode: 86130 Links: 2
Access: (0775/drwxrwxr-x) Uid: ( 1000/ allen) Gid: ( 1000/ allen)
Access: 2017-05-18 21:02:58.787651324 -0400
Modify: 2017-05-18 21:02:53.431585093 -0400
Change: 2017-05-18 21:02:53.431585093 -0400
I deleted the old and then created a new directory as a test here as well, same results
AppArmor is set to the default that comes with a vanilla ubuntu server 16.04.2 install. To test (just now) I disabled it and tried again, no change.
I can unload the module and reboot if you like. I’ll try the non-snap right now.
Using the pre-compile binary works as expected
./rclone ls /srv/media/
So I assume there is something at play with the snap. This happens on 16.04.2 server, and on 17.04 desktop.