I reinstalled the packages, which seem to clear out my configs, and now the plugin appears to be working correctly. I will get back to you if it happens again with a log.
It's very strange this seems to have resolved the problem. It was a brand new installation anyway.
What do you mean by reinstalled the packages? Do you mean reinstalled the plugins?
I am having this exact same problem, when I add a file to my watch directory it will add the torrent but, not remove it. When I check the watch directory it still has the torrent file in it, I check my deluge settings and the watch directory is now disabled. I never had this problem before, it seems after updating Ubuntu it started happening.
I am using cifs network mounted directories and have the permissions on the host set as 777 for all directories. The host is NAS4FREE 184.108.40.206 - Atomics and the client is Ubuntu16.04.3 LTS. Deluge is installed on the Ubuntu machine and has the NAS4FREE cifs shares mounted. Deluge will download to its local hard drive, then, using the copy completed plugin, will copy the completed files to the network share. This was working flawlessly for me until recently.
I run this command on the client machine for the network shared directories:
these are the permissions for all watch directories, I am guessing because it is a network mounted location.
The host shows:
Could I possibly create one directory for each of my watch directories that is a local directory and link it to the network directory to solve this issue? Is this an improper way to do this? The reason I am doing it this way is because the host machine is already set up with sftp and that is how I get my torrents to my machine when I am away from the LAN. I suppose I could setup sftp on the ubuntu machine and that should solve my problem but is there an easier way?
If anyone could help me I, I would be very grateful.