I’m on Ubuntu 22.04 with Kernel 5.15.0-58-generic.
I reinstalled and encrypted my Ubuntu installation with ZFS and set up everything they way I used to. So I set the mount point of my two vaults to Desktop and I added “-oallow_other” to my mount flags so that my Plex Media Server could acces the vaults. The vaults location - Google Drive - is mounted with rClone.
For some reason I am not able to upload anything into either of my two vaults. I always get this error
Error splicing file: Input/output error
Weirdly enough the file still copies to the vault (I checked on another device) but it is always corrupted and 0KB large. Deleting it works. Copy files from my Vault to my local machine works.
I am super confused since I obviously have read and write permissions and something is happening when trying to upload something. But like I said it’s always a broken 0KB file that ends up on the vault.
Remounting Google Drive or Cryptomator didn’t work. Neither did a restart or complete fresh install of Ubuntu. It also doesn’t matter if the file is 10GB or 10KB large.
Does anyone from @staff have an idea? My server is not running anymore because of this issue and no one seems to be able to help me I did fresh installs with ZFS with encryption, LVM without and witch encryption, nothing helps.
This seems like “bad advice” but have you tried to switch from FUSE to WebDAV? Just curious if the virtual drive technology has something to do with it (or if it’s really the underlying file system that refuses to write). You can change it in the Cryptomator settings under “Virtual Drive”.