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Thank you in advance for any tips on this.

Barely-related-background: I made a mistake on my development machine. In gparted, I chose "ignore" instead of "cancel". This is called 'choosing poorly'. Anyway, I now have freshly reinstalled my OS, apache, php, etc.

Now, as the title says, when I click "Update Asset Indexes" it gives a popup saying getFileList() is not implemented

Any suggestions what I need to do?

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This exception in thrown in the class craft\volumes\MissingVolume that states one of your Volumes has an invalid class

/**
 * @inheritdoc
 */
public function getFileList(string $directory, bool $recursive): array
{
    throw new NotSupportedException('getFileList() is not implemented.');
}

Maybe you uninstalled a plugin that adds a certain Volume class like S3 or something?

  • Thank you, Robin. If I disable all plugins, the problem persists. The only installed plugins, by the way, are Redactor, Wordsmith, Environment Label, Element Index Defaults, and my own calendar plugin. Could it be something other than a plugin? – kr37 Oct 18 '18 at 21:56
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    Disabling a plugin causes the issue... You should check all volumes and ther classes/types. You can also go into your DB and check if there is anything besides a local volume – Robin Schambach Oct 19 '18 at 4:45
  • OK, yes, you nailed it. In Craft2 we had used S3 as a volume for a while, but then stopped using it but left it there, but Craft3 requires (and offers) a plugin for S3, and I didn't have the plugin. So for this case, I just deleted the unneeded S3 volume and all fixed. – kr37 Oct 22 '18 at 2:04

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