I can’t pull sites, they all get to about 4mb from completing then stall indefinitely, I’ve totally uninstalled and reinstalled the latest version of local, same issue, prior to this, local also would not update, I had to delete it and download the update from the site directly anytime i needed to update as the updates also behave the same, stopping with around 10mb left indefinitely
I have plenty of space on my hard drives so thats not it, this has been ongoing for several releases now, I reached out once before but got no response
This needs to be sorted
What steps can be taken to replicate the issue? Feel free to include screenshots, videos, etc
See below, just trying to pull any site from our flywheel happens on every single one, regardless of size or site specifics
Local does a pretty good job of scrubbing private info from the logs and the errors it produces, however there’s always the possibility that something private can come through. Because these are public forums, always review the screenshots you are sharing to make sure there isn’t private info like passwords being displayed.
just tried one now and I’m able to download a backup and import it, that just obviously takes a fair bit longer, so if we can figure out how to get local working with pulls again that would be preferable
Not sure why you couldn’t see my chat, it was some time ago now so you may have to go back a bit, this has been ongoing for a while I just opened this new ticket here as it is still happening
Yup the apple silicon version is what I’ve downloaded and installed, again please note that I wasn’t even able to update Local when it needs an update, and instead each time I have to fully uninstall it, download the whole thing new from local again, and reinstall then manually re-add any sites i was working on each time
So the issue definitely appears to be with local finishing / connecting remotely to your / flywheels servers from my end?
Rosetta 2 is required for Local’s Apple Silicon build due to the Nginx and MySQL Lighting Services compiled on the Intel architecture. We do plan to have a Local release out in the future that will drop this dependency but for now it is necessary.
You can install Rosetta by opening up a terminal window and using this command: