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I just created my Ubuntu One account, and I've been testing it (uploading and deleting files), but I realized that I have 836.0 KB being used without having any file. Is this normal? How can i fix this?

I already checked for hidden files in the Ubuntu One folder (the only one i have syncing), but i have none. I also checked in one.ubuntu.com/files but i have the message that says "Let’s get started with syncing your files!" which, I think, it means that I have no files.

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    There's no hidden files in your Ubuntu one folder on your PC? or leftovers on the cloud?. – Uri Herrera Aug 13 '11 at 5:33
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I got my problem fixed. From what I read in the FAQs it is a known bug. For anybody with a similar problem, I suggest sending threw the Contact Us from the Ubuntu One main page a request similar to my original question and, in my case, they answered quickly and the problem solved immediately.

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This probably some hidden files or the disk allocation issue, this is hardly a problem considering its so small. Its probably displaying files needed by Ubuntu one or size on disk.

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  • Do you have exactly the space that you upload or do you have a bit more? What is the "disk allocation issue"? – xynkrn Aug 13 '11 at 21:49
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I've got a similar issue. By mistake I chosen to sync a folder. When I realized this I tried to stop the sync but it had already loaded data into the cloud. However, this data is not visible and uses 700mb of my storage! Is there a way to format Ubuntu-One? Thanks,

Fabian

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