PSu was fairly quick at importing my aperture library. (I pointed it at the masters folder)
So there''s 29 thousand files and folders in Masters. A simple find takes 1.5 seconds to traverse the tree./Volumes/User_Raid/Aperture Library.aplibrary
568 ==> time find Masters/ | wc -l
I started PSu at 10 p.m. last night. Was still running this morning at 8 o'clock. This is odd. When I unlocked at 8:30 it was at 73% done. The last quarter took 20 minutes
* Does the program stop running when my screen goes off?. (My computer is set NOT to go to sleep, and NOT to spin down it's drives)
* Is the percentage estimator out to lunch?
So we started a folder verification on that same folder at 8:50. At 3:45 it's 72.5% done. Not sure what it's doing.
Well, it finished while I was away. Came back. It had discovered 28 files.
Clicked All, then clicked folders. Took 90 seconds to come up with the 7 2nd level folders in Masters
Now I see something *really* weird.
The folders are 1 per year, then 1 per month, but all the dates are wrong.
The folder 20140719-124221 contains files shot 2013-03-26 at 4:30:14
This may be Aperture's quirkiness in filing. Checked. Yes it is. Folders become useless to me.
Click timeline. Long 10 second pause.
Click 2013. Snappy opening.
There are 5 shots total.
Go back to Aperture
Filter: Capture Year = 2013
And 1899 has 84329 images. Out of 24,000 masters.
Click back to folders. Folders goes blue but remains small.
What am I doing wrong?