A lot of people have the Amazon Cloud Drive software running on a home computer. The upload speeds can be pretty mediocre, and by default you’re only uploading one file at a time. But what about servers with higher-throughput internet connections? I installed the software on a cloud server and wanted it to upload data faster… These uploads to Amazon Cloud Drive are generally slow from anywhere, but you can upload more than one file simultaneously to improve transfer time by an estimated 4x. Honestly I would recommend this so…Read More
I was using acd_cli, mounted to my file system last night, and picked up today to finish up. I navigated to the directory I mount ACD in and listed the contents.
root@vultr:/var/cloud# ls -alF
ls: cannot open directory '.': Bad address
Only to see an error that I haven’t seen yet (in my experience with ACD_CLI.) I thought maybe the mount went bad. It was throwing an error when I tried to mount the file system again:
16-12-28 18:01:26.195 [WARNING] [acdcli.cache.db] - Sqlite database integrity check failed.
You may need to clear the cache if you encounter any errors.
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/local/bin/acdcli", line 9, in <module>
load_entry_point('acdcli==0.3.2', 'console_scripts', 'acdcli')()
File "/usr/local/bin/acd_cli.py", line 1652, in main
cache = db.NodeCache(CACHE_PATH, SETTINGS_PATH, args.check)
File "/usr/local/lib/python3.5/dist-packages/acdcli/cache/db.py", line 65, in __init__
sqlite3.DatabaseError: database disk image is malformed
root@vultr:~# sqlite3.DatabaseError: database disk image is malformed
sqlite3.DatabaseError:: command not found
Since the local cache could be corrupt, let’s go ahead and clear it: Your cache directory should be .cache in your…Read More