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One of my coworkers encountered a strange error when attempting to update a workspace. The error stated that a completely unrealated repository couldn't be found. What had transpired was that my coworker had accidentally created a repository on the cloud named "xxxx xxxx" while attempting to access a repository named "xxxx-xxxx". The name was identical with only the '-' swapped for a space. Realizing his mistake, he then deleted the repository he had created. Then when working in another workspace connected to neither of these repositories, this error started popping up when Updating Workspace. Somehow, recreating repository "xxxx xxxx" got plastic to stop complaining. This occurs on plastic vers. 188.8.131.5277 It's a wierd bug with a wierd fix. I've attached the logs if you want to look into it. error.zip
I am using Plastic Cloud and have recently moved from connecting directly to the cloud to a local replication. There are times when I am working when I don't have internet (I commute a good portion some days and usually catch up on work) or when my internet connection is spotty. It's something I have wanted to do for a while but help off on due to reliance on exclusive locks. However, I decided to investigate if there was a solution to this and came across this blog post and how the lock.conf file can be placed beside the server executable to redirect lock requests and checks to another server. I've created the lock.conf file but am unsure how to point it to our cloud. I have tried rep:[out_repo] lockserver:[our_org]@cloud:8084 but it does not work as I'm not sure if the server will automatically expand the @cloud shortcut. I've also tried port 8086 as it was mentioned in the Cloud guide. Though the guide mentions lock.conf being hot-reloaded, I restarted the service just in case to make sure that wasn't the issue as well. What would be the appropriate way to setup my local lock.conf to use plastic cloud as the lockserver? Is this not currently possible? If not I will likely move back to a centralized system (which had no issues other than needing that pesky internet connection). I'm aware the locks won't work if I am working without an internet connection but as I am usually connected and really just want the distribution for the odd time I'm not, I'm okay with this. Bonus question: if I am redirecting my locks to a different server, do I still need to list all the patterns in my local server? I have them in the file currently but wasn't sure if it was necessary. Andrew
For the past few months, the Plastic SCM client keeps asking me to log in most of the times I open it, at least once a day, despite me having already logged in and verified my information a long time ago. When this happens, it brings me to the getting started screen, I click the X, then I open Plastic again and everything is fine. The weird thing is this happens even if I enter invalid data to both the email and password fields to speed things up. This has been very frustrating and I'm looking for a reason this happens and a way to fix it. Thank you very much in advance!
Hi. When I started using Plastic few weeks ago, I was pleased to see my usage on the cloud server was less that the assets on my hard drive but this has shifted the other way since. I understand plastic also stores previous versions of my files: if I save often update a 1GB psd file for example, it's fair that it uses more than 1GB on the cloud. That said, I know I don't need to keep previous versions of files like lighmaps data and was wondering if there are some optimizations I could use so I don't end up using 3x my local data on the cloud. Is that possible? Thanks