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    Got it, looking forward to test the new version and help you to figure out if it works :)
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    Yes, I have the files (luckily I took a backup) but I'm unsure about moving to R2 again if this is not fixed. Without a complete error log I can't find out what images weren't uploaded. What makes it worse is the original files were removed so there is no way to know they failed to be uploaded...
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    no, they were removed from the filesystem, they weren't uploaded to R2 so I had to restore them from a backup.
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    I'm worried many files weren't moved to R2 and there was no error log for those failed (not sure if they were missed or really failed). Is there any way to re-run the file sync and reupload the missing files?
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    Should it look in this way (of course, changing the folders name)?
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    @digitalpoint can you check this?
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    Oh this is actually great, I can 'whitelist' those plugin folders then. Can you give me more information where should I set that expression? I'm not sure where to add it
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    I have the "Organize my uploads into month- and year-based folders" option disabled so that means I won't be able to use R2 then? In my case I think a workaround would be to disable redirects if the file requested is a subfolder under /upload/ folder. So, two redirect rules can be set depending...
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    yup, I think that should work (and remember about redirecting the media in the root folder of /upload/ because if you have the option to not use the /year/month/ structure then Wordpress will save everything on /upload/
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    Remember the problem is all plugins save their data on /upload/XXX (plugin name folder) So you don't want to redirect to R2 those folders. Instead, you want to redirect to R2 only the files on /upload (root) or /uploads/year/month/ which are the media files. Am I explaining better?
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    Well, Wordpress uploads the media in folders with the date (if it is set up in that way) or just in the /uploads folder. Anything else (not matching the date folders but matching other folder name) could be not modified Well, right now I can't use R2 because any of my plugins don't create the...
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    Question: is there any way to set a dynamic rule in CloudFlare that redirects the media to R2 only if the file requested is not inside a folder? We have all the uploaded images inside the /uploads/ older and if I can exclude the requests made to subfolders (which are the plugins) then I guess I...
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    it's fine if the plugin files are being served from the file system but if the media files are being served from R2 their URLs across the database need to definitely be overwritten and pointed to r2
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    Yes, none of the folders of the following plugins were uploaded to R2. In fact, I checked the filesystem and noticed the plugins created new folders in the upload folder (which shouldn't happen, they should be created in R2 instead):
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    I found the WP plugins created files and folders in wp-content/uploads folder (filesystem) rather than R2 so I think placing the redirect rules in CloudFlare is risky when you are not relying on media files only. I had to disable the CloudFlare redirect rule and I think the safest approach...
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    the file was never transferred to r2 but it is on the file system. I ended up uploading it manually to R2 but it sucks because I'm finding there are other files which weren't transferred.
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    yes but it doesn't display all the records, only the recent ones
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    yes it is
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    I found an image (HomerFacePalm-300x198.jpg) wasn't transferred to R2. Can you please advise if there is some log where I can see what images haven't been uploaded?
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    Yeah I can't believe how bad Wordpress is and even being open source nobody has taken time to improve it.
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