When the number of files or ids added to the tool is too much, it makes it difficult to observe the status of the files that have been processed or has failed.
During using the tool, some client said that the driveId was added without converted, but did not know why because the number of files in the “Added Files” tab was too much to observe. Ok, to simply check whether the tool is stopped or if the added driveId is either getlink or flagged, the simplest way is to clear the cache of previously added files (this cache does not affect anything). to the converted data). After clearing the cache, the “Added Files” tab will only have the added driveId or files after deleting the cache, so it will be much easier to observe.
You can run the following command to clear the cache of the driveId or files added to the tool
echo "del waitDriveIdDownload3001" | redis-cli echo "del waitLinkDownload6601" | redis-cli echo "del waitLinkDownload8801" | redis-cli echo "del errorDownload3001" | redis-cli echo "del errorDownload6001" | redis-cli
After deleting, it will look very clear, as shown below, shows that the drive that has not been converted is due to a die or block, thus knowing the next direction.
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