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Topic: Archiving, but no green tick (Read 196 times) previous topic - next topic

Archiving, but no green tick


We do selective manual Archiving here, (the Archiving utility inside XMF), to external drives.

At some point, Archived jobs have started not showing the green tick in the Archive column of the Queue/Jobs window.

Anyone experienced this?

I'll email the Fujifilm tech, but thought I'd air it here as well.

On v6.6.0.2 (as flagged in Client app info).
Fujifilm XMF/AdobeCC/PitStop Pro/Black Magic/ScreenPlateRite_Fujifilm ZP processless. 28" Komoris  |  Forgotten good guys: Dennis Ritchie, Burrell Smith, Bill Atkinson, Richard Stallman
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Too old for this.. but.. there's that question of income. And lack of it if I stop.
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Re: Archiving, but no green tick

Reply #1
Hey Mate,

I'll have a guess and say that your trigger to archive the job is "After Last Activity". Change it to After Job Completion and give it a spin.

You can’t polish a Turd, but you can roll it in glitter!

 

Re: Archiving, but no green tick

Reply #2
I've had some issues with Archiving too, as in it's just not doing it and I've got jobs from beginning of the year sitting there. I'll try Diddler's suggestion, I think part of my issue is that it's supposed to push them to secondary server & my stupid Windows Domain Users are messed up.
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Re: Archiving, but no green tick

Reply #3
Hey Mate,

I'll have a guess and say that your trigger to archive the job is "After Last Activity". Change it to After Job Completion and give it a spin.

hah... Wayne phoned me while I was en route home, in the local IGA. He was already in there poking around.

What it was ... he'd left it as 'Auto-Archive without rendered files'.

But I want to manually do it, as most of our stuff is pass-through stuff; once a show's finished and moved interstate, that's it.
But they were all 'Held', as our 'Blueline proofing' auto rule-ups need to be set to 'Hold' in XMF; so it was a show-stopper.
On Manual now, all good.
He told me you're traveling well in the wild west.  :wink:
Fujifilm XMF/AdobeCC/PitStop Pro/Black Magic/ScreenPlateRite_Fujifilm ZP processless. 28" Komoris  |  Forgotten good guys: Dennis Ritchie, Burrell Smith, Bill Atkinson, Richard Stallman
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Too old for this.. but.. there's that question of income. And lack of it if I stop.
~~~~~~

Re: Archiving, but no green tick

Reply #4
I've had some issues with Archiving too, as in it's just not doing it and I've got jobs from beginning of the year sitting there. I'll try Diddler's suggestion, I think part of my issue is that it's supposed to push them to secondary server & my stupid Windows Domain Users are messed up.

yeah you need to have the destination drive mapped. We've got a 1TB, but I've set up a 4TB in advance; I'll just have to redirect when the time comes.

Not sure how Restore would work from the original external drive once we've swapped.

I think maybe I can get in, find the Archive file, copy it onto the server Desktop, then Import from Archiver... I think...

Diddler may know.
Fujifilm XMF/AdobeCC/PitStop Pro/Black Magic/ScreenPlateRite_Fujifilm ZP processless. 28" Komoris  |  Forgotten good guys: Dennis Ritchie, Burrell Smith, Bill Atkinson, Richard Stallman
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Too old for this.. but.. there's that question of income. And lack of it if I stop.
~~~~~~

Re: Archiving, but no green tick

Reply #5
I think maybe I can get in, find the Archive file, copy it onto the server Desktop, then Import from Archiver... I think...


You hit the nail on the head!
You can’t polish a Turd, but you can roll it in glitter!