upload issue

Good evening,

Yesterday I spent the day cleaning out duplicate / triplicate files. With a replacement of a HDD and then replacement of the MBP I had been “shoving things” on to my externals so that I would not loose them with all.

It was time to clean.

In addition erased a bunch of files - as thought to be simple search files that would be regenerated on publish / upload.

I am now getting this error in uploading the site with corrections / additions.

http://grassrootsweb.net/upload%20error.png

I would appreciate any assistance with this on how to fix this.

Julie

ps I also published, saved closed FW and rebooted the machine.

and still got this error.


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I removed the SS actions - and the error went away but now I have this one:

http://grassrootsweb.net/uploaderror2.png

any suggestions would be appreciated… Thank you so much for your help.

Julie

On Oct 15, 2011, at 10:01 PM, Julie Maxwell wrote:

Good evening,

Yesterday I spent the day cleaning out duplicate / triplicate files. With a replacement of a HDD and then replacement of the MBP I had been “shoving things” on to my externals so that I would not loose them with all.

It was time to clean.

In addition erased a bunch of files - as thought to be simple search files that would be regenerated on publish / upload.

I am now getting this error in uploading the site with corrections / additions.

http://grassrootsweb.net/upload%20error.png

I would appreciate any assistance with this on how to fix this.

Julie

ps I also published, saved closed FW and rebooted the machine.

and still got this error.


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I presume you can see the file in the Site folder.

Try using Disk Utility to repair permissions on your HD. Don’t use repair for now. Then reboot and see if the FTP program can find and upload the files.

If FTP fails again go look at the files and make sure they are not aliases pointing elsewhere or corrupted files with zero size.

If FTP still fails copy the site folder to your desktop by holding down on Option when you do the drag and drop copy. Do a Get Info on original Site Folder and the copied one. Are they the same size and have the same number of files?

And by the way using Disk Utility can tell you if you have an impending disaster. When you use Disk Utility believe what it tells you.

Dale Josephson

On Oct 16, 2011, at Sunday10:53 AM, Julie Maxwell wrote:

I removed the SS actions - and the error went away but now I have this one:

http://grassrootsweb.net/uploaderror2.png

any suggestions would be appreciated… Thank you so much for your help.

Julie

On Oct 15, 2011, at 10:01 PM, Julie Maxwell wrote:

Good evening,

Yesterday I spent the day cleaning out duplicate / triplicate files. With a replacement of a HDD and then replacement of the MBP I had been “shoving things” on to my externals so that I would not loose them with all.

It was time to clean.

In addition erased a bunch of files - as thought to be simple search files that would be regenerated on publish / upload.

I am now getting this error in uploading the site with corrections / additions.

http://grassrootsweb.net/upload%20error.png

I would appreciate any assistance with this on how to fix this.

Julie

ps I also published, saved closed FW and rebooted the machine.

and still got this error.


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I will check all of that out. Thank you

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On Oct 16, 2011, at 5:05 PM, Dale Josephson email@hidden wrote:

I presume you can see the file in the Site folder.

Try using Disk Utility to repair permissions on your HD. Don’t use repair for now. Then reboot and see if the FTP program can find and upload the files.

If FTP fails again go look at the files and make sure they are not aliases pointing elsewhere or corrupted files with zero size.

If FTP still fails copy the site folder to your desktop by holding down on Option when you do the drag and drop copy. Do a Get Info on original Site Folder and the copied one. Are they the same size and have the same number of files?

And by the way using Disk Utility can tell you if you have an impending disaster. When you use Disk Utility believe what it tells you.

Dale Josephson

On Oct 16, 2011, at Sunday10:53 AM, Julie Maxwell wrote:

I removed the SS actions - and the error went away but now I have this one:

http://grassrootsweb.net/uploaderror2.png

any suggestions would be appreciated… Thank you so much for your help.

Julie

On Oct 15, 2011, at 10:01 PM, Julie Maxwell wrote:

Good evening,

Yesterday I spent the day cleaning out duplicate / triplicate files. With a replacement of a HDD and then replacement of the MBP I had been “shoving things” on to my externals so that I would not loose them with all.

It was time to clean.

In addition erased a bunch of files - as thought to be simple search files that would be regenerated on publish / upload.

I am now getting this error in uploading the site with corrections / additions.

http://grassrootsweb.net/upload%20error.png

I would appreciate any assistance with this on how to fix this.

Julie

ps I also published, saved closed FW and rebooted the machine.

and still got this error.


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