I was trying to re-copy my iTunes library over to the MBL, and it was creeping along at 4 Megabytes per second (I usually get closer to 30.)
So I SSH’d in, and saw that, for some reason, the top process was apache2, consuming about 70% of the CPU.
Then I looked in the file system…
*ALL* of the iTunes files are owned by a user named “www-data”
Hmmm. What’s up with that?
All of my older files are owned by ROOT, which is what I would expect.
Also, when I delete everything out of my iTunes share (which I do frequently) my Windows Explorer screen indeed is empty, but:
MYBOOKLIVE:/shares/tony# ls -la total 256 drwxrwxr-x 4 root share 65536 Oct 14 19:36 . drwxr-xr-x 6 root share 65536 Sep 4 19:55 .. drwxrwxrw- 2 www-data www-data 65536 Oct 14 19:36 .DAV drwxrwxrw- 2 www-data www-data 65536 Oct 14 19:31 Band
… and if I close and re-open the Windows Explorer window, that one folder reappears.
and where is that .DAV file coming from? It’s not in my Windows box…
And finally, if I delete that folder from within the shell, and then copy the folder over anew, I get errors with EVERY file: “The file is too large for the destination file system.”
My MBL is only 4% full at the moment.