This is a dedicated 1TB hdd for this purpose, not on greyhole. When I transfer files from this (via samba) to let's say the TV share (which is on greyhole), gh doesn't seem to pick up the transaction, or if it does, it doesn't do anything with it:
Transferring Johnny English from /var/hda/files/drives/bay1/downloads to /var/hda/files/tv. This is done via windows shares (not locally)
Greyhole reports this at the start of the transaction:
At the end of the transaction it states the following:Dec 17 13:59:40 DEBUG read_smb_spool: Processing Samba spool...
Dec 17 13:59:40 DEBUG read_smb_spool: Directory created: Movies/Johnny English Strikes Again 2018 HD
Dec 17 13:59:40 DEBUG read_smb_spool: Found 1 new tasks in spool.
Inbetween each of these, there's only:Dec 17 14:03:11 DEBUG read_smb_spool: Processing Samba spool...
Dec 17 14:03:11 DEBUG read_smb_spool: File pointer to Johnny English Strikes Again 2018 HD/Johnny English Strikes Again 2018 1080p Bluray X264 1-EVO-xpost.mkv was closed without being written to. Ignoring.
Only when I run a manual fsck via sudo greyhole -f --dir=/var/hda/files/tv/ does it pick this up.Dec 17 14:03:11 DEBUG sleep: Nothing to do... Sleeping.
Dec 17 14:03:22 DEBUG sleep: Nothing to do... Sleeping.
Dec 17 14:03:32 DEBUG sleep: Nothing to do... Sleeping.
This poses a problem during large file transfers where the greyhole LZ fills up to 100% not allowing further transfers until a fsck is run.