As easily as transferring a file.can 'sweeper' rules be transferred easily
Here is my Auto-Processing Settings, as you can see, no setting options for 'sweeper'What? WebIF >> Settings >> Auto-Processing Settings (immediately under General Settings).
I sometimes wonder whether you actually read anything I tell you, or if it's a case of not understanding the point:Here is my Auto-Processing Settings, as you can see, no setting options for 'sweeper'
sweeper runs as part of an auto-processing scan, so the controls for setting the periods when auto-processing is allowed also apply to sweeper.
Show us your rules.I've used the 'Test config', which finds valid files to process, but after several hours, nothing has been moved, yet the queue files are being processed
Try the 'Run Now' button (and post the results) - Test config only does a dummy run without moving files so wouldn't detect if there are any problems with the target foldersI've used the 'Test config', which finds valid files to process, but after several hours, nothing has been moved, yet the queue files are being processed
I created the destination sub-folders and copied from across the top of the page, but needed to delete spurious spaces, so know the path is correct, running 'Test config' report Match and Nomatch results, doing 'Run now' processes as expectedTry the 'Run Now' button (and post the results)
If you have saved the configuration 'Save Changes" then the file should exist so its absence would be very significant!File /mod/etc/sweeper.conf does not exist, does that have any significance
Sweeper activity would appear in the auto.log file but only in you set the auto processing logging level to debugging on the settings process,None of the .log files show any activity with the term 'sweeper'
UseDoes 'sweeper' have a CLI command to start monitoring
If you posted your rules and output as requested we might be able to spot what it is going a lot quickerI've wasted three days on this