Hi guys, I believe I've found a bug.
Expected result: the copied directory contains the same 700 MB file, but no longer stored in chunks.
- Add two cloud providers (in my case, two different OneDrive instances)
- Leave chunking disabled on one of them, set it to 100 MB on the second.
- Upload a large file (e.g., 700 MB) to the cloud provider with chunking enabled. It will expand to 7 files of 100 MB each, with a suffix like ".3_7".
- In the SME cloud File Manager, copy the entire folder containing the chunked file into the other provider.
Actual result: the copied directory contains 7 copies of the file, each 700 MB in size, but named according to the chunk filenames (e.g., there's a 700 MB file called MyMovie.3_7.mkv, another called MyMovie.4_7.mkv, and so on).
The workaround that I found was to avoid copying entire folders, and instead "select all" within the folder and move/copy the files themselves...that avoids the duplication problem.