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  1. Hey Georg,

     

     

    You means, plug in 2 external disks (not using RAID), then open Wise Jetsearch, then remove one external disk, this will reproduce the issue?

    If I'm wrong, please detail your steps.

    Thanks.

    You are right. Assume you have 2 internal disks, disk 0 and disk 1. When you plug in 2 external disks these will be disk 2 and disk 3. When you remove disk 2 then there will be a gap between disk 1 and disk 3.


  2. Bug Report: WiseJetSearch does not see all disks.

     

    When WiseJetSearch has finished looking for volumes on disk 0 it looks for disk 1. If it is not present, it stops looking for other disks. See picture. attachicon.gifJetSearch.jpg

     

    How can it happen to have disk 4 without disk 1? Perhaps by removing disks 1, 2, and 3. I got it after configuring disks 0, 1, 2, and 3 to a new RAID disk.

    After removing disk 3 (deleting the virtual drive using RAID Web Console 2) the problem returned. See picture.

    post-25666-0-27370000-1476423920_thumb.jpg

    Diskinfo lists all my disks after B: but does not list disk B:


  3. 5, result was correct (see screenshot after.jpg)

    attachicon.gifbefore.jpg   attachicon.gifafter.jpg

    Except: Path, file size and timestamp of both moved files are wrong (see screenshot after.jpg).

     

    This happened also here:

     

    Content of wjs.bat starts after this line:

    md t:\xyzxyzt

    md u:\xyzxyzu

    copy wjs.bat t:\xyzxyzt\xyzxyz1.txt

    copy wjs.bat t:\xyzxyzt\xyzxyz2.txt

    copy wjs.bat t:\xyzxyzt\xyzxyz3.txt

    copy wjs.bat t:\xyzxyzt\xyzxyz4.txt

    copy wjs.bat t:\xyzxyzt\xyzxyz5.txt

    copy wjs.bat t:\xyzxyzt\xyzxyz6.txt

    copy wjs.bat t:\xyzxyzt\xyzxyz7.txt

    copy wjs.bat t:\xyzxyzt\xyzxyz8.txt

    copy wjs.bat t:\xyzxyzt\xyzxyz9.txt

    copy wjs.bat u:\xyzxyzu\xyzxyz1.txt

    copy wjs.bat u:\xyzxyzu\xyzxyz2.txt

    copy wjs.bat u:\xyzxyzu\xyzxyz3.txt

    copy wjs.bat u:\xyzxyzu\xyzxyz4.txt

    copy wjs.bat u:\xyzxyzu\xyzxyz5.txt

    copy wjs.bat u:\xyzxyzu\xyzxyz6.txt

    copy wjs.bat u:\xyzxyzu\xyzxyz7.txt

    copy wjs.bat u:\xyzxyzu\xyzxyz8.txt

    copy wjs.bat u:\xyzxyzu\xyzxyz9.txt

    Content of wjs.bat ends before this line.

     

    Searching for xyzxyz -> nothing found

     

    Starting wjs.bat

     

    Searching for xyzxyz without closing results windows -> wjs1.jpg (wrong path, file size, timestamp)

     

    Moving folder u:\xyzxyzu to t:\

     

    Searching for xyzxyz without closing results windows -> wjs2.jpg (wrong file names)

     

    Searching for xyzxyz after closing results windows -> wjs3.jpg (wrong timestamp 13:10 instead of 13:06; file names, path and file size are correct)

     

     

    "Results on different hard disks" were not reproduced by this bat file and moving one folder. Perhaps I need more files for this error to occur.

    post-25666-0-46993700-1429615609_thumb.jpg

    post-25666-0-93365700-1429615631_thumb.jpg

    post-25666-0-90945400-1429615639_thumb.jpg


  4. I'm using the quick search window to search for files and folders containing xyz in their names. Wise JetSearch finds results on different hard disks. I'm moving some folders so that every xyz should be on the same partition after that. When I'm reusing the results window to search again for xyz Wise JetSearch finds results still on different hard disks. This continues even after searching for abc and then again for xyz: Wise JetSearch finds results still on different hard disks where some of the files no longer exist.

     

    Using the quick search window without closing the results windows returns the same wrong results.

     

    Only after closing the results windows and searching again using the quick search window I get correct results: All xyz files and folders are on the same partition.

     

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