Honestly, this is getting ridiculous.
Plenty of people with this problem, I'm seeing my uploads going from ~2670, down to 2500 and then back to over 2.6k.
No idea of what's going on, no way of seeing logs and it's been over a week now.
Any news about this?
I am having the same problem and getting more and more frustrated by it
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you can find a fix for the problem here: Lightroom CC: Syncing stuck forever | Photoshop Family Customer Community
- In the My Photos area in the left pane, select the All Photos album.
- Switch to the Square Grid view (), which displays photos as equal-sized thumbnails along with their flag status, sync status, and rating.
- While holding down the Alt key (Win) or Option key (Mac), click the cloud icon (). Lightroom CC now displays only those photos that it's trying to sync.
- Press Ctrl+A (Win) or Command+A (Mac) to select all the photos displaying in the grid and then do any of the following:
- Delete the selected photos by choosing the Edit > Delete option and then add the photos in Lightroom CC again.
- Apply a flag or a star rating to selected photos.
Still happening to me. The suggested "fix" works, but I shouldn't have to baby sit my 16,000 photos while they upload. The 1.1 release hasn't fixed this issue for me. After about 15-20 photos uploaded, it just sits there for hours and refuses to actually sync another photo until I either A: follow the suggested "fix" which makes it work for another 15-20 photos, or B: restart Lightroom CC. When is it expected for this bug to be fixed?
I have 7 photos that have been syncing for days. I tried the above action (option button pressed while clicking cloud syncing icon) and no photos were shown. I have 36 photos stuck in eternal syncing on my iPad.
Glimglammed - " . . . my 16,000 photos. . ."
Cause identified. 16,000 files, divided into little 'packets', (Google FTP and Packet Switching) each being sent on a different route, thru 15 or more 'hops' to Adobe, over Lord knows what kind of networks, all at the very same time the same 16,000 files are being sent back down a different 'highway' to synced computers/devices.
There's an unlimited number of possible causes for a 'traffic jam' that are outside the Adobe software responsibility.
It would be nice if we all had $15,000 workstation computers and fiber, private network connections port to port, but ALAS!
Same problem. It isnt that many shots, and they are just sitting there syncing eternally even after the "fix".
Seems like a difficult method to get them moving. I would think it can't be too hard to add sync status to the filter box at the top of the screen.
But that's only the first part of the problem... there is a method above to select only the items not yet sync'd. I can delete these, and re-add them. Great. I have to look through my original storage location for hundreds to thousands of files, INDIVIDUALLY, and I can re-add them. That won't take any time at all.
Maybe a clickable "open file location" button would help.
Adding a max upload bandwidth speed would also be a welcome addition.
... fix this bug already!
Same problem. Struggled with drivers and hardwares and finally concluded that sync freezes up the system everytime . Very sad to see that a beta version has been rolled out without proper testing . No wonder the competition is gaining ground .