Files with extensions marked as "ignored" (shouldn't synchronize) are synchronizing

help

#1

We have a win 10 laptop that synchronized files with extensions marked to be ignored, evidence attached. I already compared configurations with another computer, but it seems to be de same, Am I missing something? I don’t want those files being synchronazing with the client. Thanks in advanced for your kind help.
Regards
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Expected behaviour

files marked as “ignored” shouldn’t be synchronized

Actual behaviour

files marked as “ignored” are synchronizing

Steps to reproduce

  1. Sync from desktop client

Server configuration

Operating system: ubuntu 14.04

Web server: Apache 2.4.7

Database: MariaDB 5.5.59

PHP version: PHP 5.6.36

ownCloud version: 9.1.8

Storage backend (external storage):

Client configuration

Client version: 2.4.3

Operating system: Win 10


#2

@vcortazar Which file do you refer to exactly?
The .sync* file is different on every computer, it is not synced but created by each client individually.


#3

Hi guruz! thanks for your reply
Oh, so… you say that those files are not being actually synced, but created locally by the user? I refer to files showed on attached capture: ._sync_64dbb3e01250.db, .owncloudsync.log, .owncloudsync.log.1. This the only windows laptop that we have with this issue.
Regards!


#4

The files shown in the screenshot are just the metadata database and log needed for the inner working of the client. It is not synchronized on the server.

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#5

Thanks dmitry! but is there anyway to “hide” those files? just for esthetic purposes.
Regards!


#6

In windows 10:

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#7

hahahaha omg, thanks dmitry!! best regards!! :grinning:


#8

Espero que hayas entendido a Dmitry, en caso contrario dime para traducirlo.


#9

Muchas gracias, no entendí la captura, pero logré guiarme por los iconos, así que todo bien. Saludos! :grin: