2 Replies Latest reply: Jan 6, 2013 6:22 AM by Jan Wessel
Jan Wessel Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

I have scanned a lot of images as TIFF (approx 28.000), and they are on an External Drive, and I imported them into Aperture (3.3) as referenced files.

 

Now I want to have a a more workable environment, because the TIFF's are 140 MB each.

So the idea is:

- Export from Aperture to a NAS drive

- Create a new Aperture Library and import them (again as referenced files)

 

The NAS is a WD MyBook Live Duo that is attached to my Time Machine.

The current Aperture Library and the future Aperture Library will be on my iMac's HD.

 

I just exported 405 images and in the log I see 405 times:

1/3/13 9:29:34.000 PM kernel[0]: Aperture[54224] Unable to quarantine `/Volumes//Pictures/Modellen_Ref_Files/Mulder_Koosje/JHWA_9601M-25.jpg': 22 (error suppressed)

(Time and filename differ ofcourse.)

However all 405 images were indeed exported.

 

I read the thread :

https://discussions.apple.com/message/20274081#20274081

https://discussions.apple.com/message/20294802#20294802

from Steffen4712

 

So before continuing with the rest of the 28.000 images I want to make sure that I will not run into problems.

 

So can somebody explain to me or point me to a discussion so that I can try and understand what this Quarantine thing is trying to do?

 

Thanks,

 

Jan

  • 1. Re: 'Unable to quarantine' when exporting from Aperture to a NAS
    Jan Wessel Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Sorry, running Aperure 3.4.3 already.

  • 2. Re: 'Unable to quarantine' when exporting from Aperture to a NAS
    Jan Wessel Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I managed to find a way to get things done without getting the error.

     

    Workflow from the start:

    - scanned negatives and stored them as TIFF files on an external HD

    - Started Aperture and imported them as referenced files

    - added keywords and adjustments

     

    I tried:

    - export them as JPG to a NAS drive

    This give the error "Unable to quarantine  22 (error suppressed)"

     

    I tried :

    - remove extra attribute from TIFF file on external HD (using xattr -c)

    - export them as JPG to a NAS drive

    This give the error "Unable to quarantine  22 (error suppressed)"

     

    I tried:

    - export them as JPG to my HD

    - remove extra attribute from JPG (using xattr -c)

    - switch to "new" Aperture Library and import them and choosing the NAS as place to store them

    This give the error "Unable to quarantine  22 (error suppressed)"

     

    I tried:

    - export them as JPG to my HD

    - remove extra attribute from JPG (using xattr -c)

    - using Finder and copy them to temporary folder on my NAS

    - open "new" Aperture Library and import them and choosing the NAS as place to store them (effectively relocating them)

    No errors were seen in the system.log

     

    Conlusion, apparently Aperture wants to quarantine them when moving them to the NAS and Finder does not.

     

    Jan