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Stable Build 112.4.321

Stable Build 112.4.321

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Re: Stable Build 112.4.321

Helpful | Level 7

Another release that crashes every 5 minutes (thumbs down)

Re: Stable Build 112.4.321

Explorer | Level 4

Having very slow sync problems with this version. Going back to 112.3.254.

Re: Stable Build 112.4.321

Helpful | Level 5

Suddenly folder's have disappeared on computer, that still appear on the sync folders.

Are we beck to the 5 second testing days

Re: Stable Build 112.4.321

Helpful | Level 5

This version seems to be very buggy. 

 

I have Dropbox installed in one PC for over a year without much issue until this update. 

 

After updated to 112.4.321, Dropbox gets stuck every few hours. I had to manually kill it in the 'Task Manager' and restart it. Once restarted, it would be good for another few hours, til it got stuck again. Very frustrating. Request for support (ticket #1176517, but did not get much help. 

 

Manually upgraded to the next beta version 113.3.427.  I can notice this version is much more responsive than the previous one. Hopefully it is back to normal.

Re: Stable Build 112.4.321

Helpful | Level 7

Thanks for the tip.

Re: Stable Build 112.4.321

Explorer | Level 4

Yes, thank you for the tip xiaoleihu! We are experiencing exactly the same issue. I will attempt to install the beta version.

Re: Stable Build 112.4.321

Helpful | Level 6

 


@xiaoleihu wrote:

 

After updated to 112.4.321, Dropbox gets stuck every few hours. I had to manually kill it in the 'Task Manager' and restart it. Once restarted, it would be good for another few hours, til it got stuck again.

Since there's no "I'm having this issue too" type button, I'll just state that I'm having this issue on macOS (11.1 on an M1 powerbook) too. It'll get stuck (just says it's uploading a file - different file each time - and never finishes uploading the file). I have to quit and re-run Dropbox. Quitting takes about 3 minutes, and once I run it again, it syncs the files it needs to and works fine for a while. Don't really want to jump to a beta build for my main development machine, but it's good to know that 113.3.427 probably fixes it, so I hope the next stable build will also fix it.

Re: Stable Build 112.4.321

Helpful | Level 5

Sorry, Grant6, I have to give you the bad news. That beta version does not work either, at least not for me. It still has the same issue, saying it's uploading a file - different file each time - and never finishes uploading the file. At moment like this, if I open the Dropbox root folder, all the Dropbox sync marks (the green or the blue marks) on subfolders disappear. 

 

I opened a ticket and had multiple conversations with Dropbox tech. But he kept blaming the Windows system, not Dropbox itself. To be clear, I ran Dropbox in a virtual PC. What the tech said kind of makes sense that the virtual environment is not stable or predictable and might cause Dropbox issues. But I have been using this virtual PC for over a year. It did not have any sync issue until this version of Dropbox. 

 

So according to Dropbox, there is nothing wrong with the latest version. We are just a few unlucky users. 

 

So, I did a little app to kill and restart Dropbox every few hours. So far so good. But, still, sorry about the bad news.

Re: Stable Build 112.4.321

Helpful | Level 6

@xiaoleihu wrote:

Sorry, Grant6, I have to give you the bad news. That beta version does not work either, at least not for me. It still has the same issue, saying it's uploading a file - different file each time - and never finishes uploading the file. At moment like this, if I open the Dropbox root folder, all the Dropbox sync marks (the green or the blue marks) on subfolders disappear. 

 

I opened a ticket and had multiple conversations with Dropbox tech. But he kept blaming the Windows system, not Dropbox itself. To be clear, I ran Dropbox in a virtual PC. What the tech said kind of makes sense that the virtual environment is not stable or predictable and might cause Dropbox issues. But I have been using this virtual PC for over a year. It did not have any sync issue until this version of Dropbox. 

 

So according to Dropbox, there is nothing wrong with the latest version. We are just a few unlucky users. 

 

So, I did a little app to kill and restart Dropbox every few hours. So far so good. But, still, sorry about the bad news.


Thanks for the update. I'll troubleshoot some more instead of waiting for a new version of Dropbox.

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