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Filebot moving files slowly

Posted: 12 Apr 2020, 01:47
by akashb1
Hi All,

First time posting here. I have filebot running as a docker in Unraid. My action is set to "move" in the configuration, and indeed it does move the file.

However, it does it at the same speed as a copy action, even though the source and destination are both on my NAS, and within the same share on the NAS.

Any ideas? If I use windows explorer to move the files, it happens instantly, but Filebot is much slower.

Let me know if any additional documentation would be helpful!

Thanks!

Re: Filebot moving files slowly

Posted: 12 Apr 2020, 05:34
by rednoah
Are the source and destination file paths on the same file system? (from the point of view of the docker container)


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Re: Filebot moving files slowly

Posted: 15 Jun 2020, 06:26
by cdef
Late to the party but I'm having the same issue. Yes, in my case both file paths are on the same file system. I'm moving from "/watch" to "/output" in Docker or "/Downloads/completed" to "/Downloads/cleaned" on the host and it is taking as long as it would to copy the files. I'm also running in Docker and using the web interface.

Re: Filebot moving files slowly

Posted: 15 Jun 2020, 06:40
by cdef
I think the issue is that I'm copying from /watch to /output. I made another volume called /storage that goes to /Downloads and them from there navigated to the /completed and /cleaned folders for input and output respectively and it moved them instantly.

Re: Filebot moving files slowly

Posted: 15 Jun 2020, 07:27
by rednoah
cdef wrote:
15 Jun 2020, 06:26
Late to the party but I'm having the same issue. Yes, in my case both file paths are on the same file system. I'm moving from "/watch" to "/output" in Docker or "/Downloads/completed" to "/Downloads/cleaned" on the host and it is taking as long as it would to copy the files. I'm also running in Docker and using the web interface.
You seem to indicate that /watch and /output are separate mount points and thus separate file systems from the point of view of the docker container.