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Old 02-17-2016, 05:04 AM   #1
Whiteman
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Hi,

The following problem I would like to ask for help:

My transfer code is:

Code:
/cd /1dir/2dir/
/select -d :age-1d
/queue selected
/start
the problem would be to manually run the command folders and files can be copied, but if you schedule run, only copy directories, the files are not copied.

someone can help this ?
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Old 02-17-2016, 07:26 AM   #2
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Are you performing a upload, download, or site to site transfer?

Are you en-queuing these commands to run from the queue?

I assume you mean the directories are copied but not the files within them? What does the session log for the scheduled task show?
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Old 02-17-2016, 07:48 AM   #3
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Thx, for help..

This site to site transfer.
Yes, I did so en-queuing the command and run from the queue by hand, it was good .. but when I went to the queue and run schedule not copied the file, only directorys.

Log:
* = hide my directory

Fail.log:
[2016-02-17 10:53:15 am] [Site to Site][*][*] "/*/*/*/*.zip" "/*/*/*/*.zip"

Session log:
After creating the library provides this error: ERROR 550 File System exists.
but the file is not in the Queue directory .. When I run it manually this queue is no such error, only schedule.
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