I’m uploading a lot of GEO tagged 360-degree photos using Mapillary Uploader (Desktop Uploader).
However, the uploader causes a malfunction before reaching 500 sheets.
If I retry it, it may be able to proceed.
However, if I get the error “Folder Already Uploaded” when I retry, I can no longer upload photos in that folder by continuing it.
In that case, I will delete all the huge logs, rename the folder and try the upload process again.
If I retry several times, I may be able to upload more than 500 sheets.
After that, it is often going well, but the operation slows down a little every 500 sheets, so I think that special processing is performed every 500 sheets in the server.
Even if the upload process finally reaches the last photo, I might still get the error “Something went wrong”.
Mapillary has a strict check for duplicate uploaded data from this spring, so I think it doesn’t matter how many times I retry it.
Also, since the same time that the check was implemented, there have been many problems such as not being able to see the uploaded photos.
And when it detects duplicate photos, Mapillary will send me emails like this:
“Mapillary images or videos you tried to import failed - duplicate image file(s) detected”
But until Mapillary Uploader can handle more than 500 photos successfully, I’ll put up with these annoying emails.
In the environment I mainly use, the internet line is an optical fiber, and it can be up to 100 Mbps or more, so there is no problem with the line.
Is this symptom similar to yours in the article below?