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LRC 13.0.2 Crashes on Sync

golfbravo

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Pittsboro, NC
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Classic
Lightroom Version Number
13.0.2
Operating System
  1. macOS 14 Sonoma
I just upgraded my desktop to a Mac Studio running Sonoma 14.1.1.

I installed LRC (and PS via Creative Cloud) and I have a sync setup that takes my iPhone pics that are up[loaded to Adobe Cloud and syncs them to my desktop.

I just returned from a TG trip and find that LRC is crashing every few minutes during sync. I had a bout 250 images (raw and heic). I've cleaned and checked the catalog.

Any offers?

Cheers

PS Sync runs VERY, VERY, slowly on a fast machine and a 1Gbit symetrical link. Is that normal?
 
I would look to your ISP and your Bandwidth speed. I occasionally run an app called SpeedTest. It will report the speed from my machine through my home router to my ISO and on to some distant server. What kind of results are you seeing when you run SpeedTest? My router is about 6 feet away from my iMac in a closet on the other side of the wall. The Modem/Router connects to a switch and the cable runs through the wall to a jack and to my iMac. I don't think I could get any faster in this house. So the D/L speeds that I am seeing are 850Mbps or better.

Is your Mac Studio connected via Cat6 or better cable to the router?
 
I would look to your ISP and your Bandwidth speed. I occasionally run an app called SpeedTest. It will report the speed from my machine through my home router to my ISO and on to some distant server. What kind of results are you seeing when you run SpeedTest? My router is about 6 feet away from my iMac in a closet on the other side of the wall. The Modem/Router connects to a switch and the cable runs through the wall to a jack and to my iMac. I don't think I could get any faster in this house. So the D/L speeds that I am seeing are 850Mbps or better.

Is your Mac Studio connected via Cat6 or better cable to the router?
Does 980Mbps cut it?
 
Does 980Mbps cut it?

I’d say so for Gigabit. What size are the iPhone image files? And how many? How much free space is available for temporary files on MacIntosh HD?.
I import 48mp NEFs (~40–45GB) to the Adobe Cloud via an iPadPro. They usually have arrived in my master catalog on my iMac within a few minutes.

What Photography Plan do you subscribe to? The 20GB plan won’t hold much and iPhone file are getting larger with each new iPhone. I don’t know what Adobe does if you exceed your storage plan limits.

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It seems like I have found the problem.

The catalog and associated files were on an SSD, plugged into the USB hub of my Dell U3223QE monitor. LR was generating read errors and the SSD was sometimes booted offline.

Since I have moved the fils onto the internal drive, I have not had the problem. I'll bug the issue with Dell, it looks like a poor USB hub implementation.
 
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