I have been on this for several hours now, trying to get a simple second folder to sync with my (paid) account.
I cannot tell you how many times I removed all devices, removed stored passwords, killed all processes of u1, logged out and back in online...and still, the tick in the file browser (Synchronize this folder) is loading and loading and loading.
Also, I have logged out, rebooted countless times.
And this is after me somehow managing to get the u1 preferences to finally "connect" again.
I have also checked the status of your services, and none are close to what I am experiencing. And I have checked the suggested related questions above!
So please, just confirm whether it is a problem on my side, or a problem on your side.
In the mean time, here is what has changed, on top of what is mentioned just above.
• My files went from 0MB to 71.9MB, and is still rising. • My first folder of 400.2MB is being filled with the data as I write this. The second folder has the folder sub-structure in place. • Both folders now show in the File Browser that it will be synchronized.
I believe that right now, it is all back to normal and working fine, and I guess that's what a good night's sleep can do ;). And we're now only back to the point where synchronizing is slow, but will pick up with the release of Natty (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuOne/FAQ/WhyIsItTakingSoLongForMyFilesToSync).
But to get to the questions:
- My about says I use 11.04, Natty Narwhal, but I am quite sure the last distribution I installed was 10.10.
- Folder A is 400.2MB, and Folder B is 29.5MB
- I am on a DSL line, behind a regular fritz.box setting.
- No proxy servers in use, and I did not install any particular firewall features.
- No physical firewall, just the router (on which I have a TV signal as well), and 2 switches to get to this floor.
- Status: inactive The ubuntuone-indicator runs the same window as when I click on my name on the top-right corner and select Ubuntu one, or in the Control Center choose Ubuntu one. It wasn't supposed to go further than this was it?