[Bug Report] - Cloudberry fails to transfer OneDrive ALOUM file to S3.
Reporting a behavior that has no error (logging set to high).
Cloudberry Explorer for Amazon s3: Build
Source: OneDrive folder\<file set to "Available when online">
Destination: S3 Bucket
Result: Nothing is copied and no error in the Cloudberry interface or inside the Cloudberry log file.
Workaround: Setting the file or folder to "Always keep on this device" allows Cloudberry to copy the file.
Note: The "Move" action works.
I think that makes sense given that onedrive is a cloud-based storage service with some locally cached data and pointers to the cloud data. If the file is not persisted locally, then there would be nothing to copy to S3.
Is there a way to force Cloudberry to download the file locally to then copy into the bucket?
When I use "aws s3api put-object" on a ALOUM object, it downloads the file onto the device then is able to transfer it.
Not that I'm aware of. Normally I would just suggest you use our Office 365 product to back up data in OneDrive. I'll do a little more digging this afternoon see if I can find a solution for you, but right now I don't know of any.
Can you explain what an ALOUM object is? I was not sure, tried Goggling and found nothing.
Doing a little research, I do not see an issue with backing up the local OneDrive folder.
I think you'll need to keep your Setting to "Always keep on this device" if that addresses the issue.
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