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I've just synched a large (~50gb?) google drive to my local OSX 10.14.5 (Mojave), using Google Drive File Stream v.32.

I am attempting to get a list of all of the files that were synced with

find /Volumes/GoogleDrive/My Drive/folder

However, this errors out for many sub-directories, with messages like the following:

./xyz
find: ./xyz: No such file or directory

the same errors obtain if I try ls -1R.

Interestingly, if I cd into the directories that cause issues, and then try find or ls, it seems to work.

Any idea what is going on here? What magic is google drive file stream using such that directories can't be recursed with find or ls, but you can cd into them and then use those commands?

Note that browsing the directories in question with mac's Finder seems to work fine - the directories are all there. It seems to be the command line tools that are having trouble coping for some reason...

Possibly related: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/50802125/google-drive-file-stream-on-os-x-fails-to-ls-files

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