Why snapshot file are 0 bytes. Files exist when mounted but take up no space on disk and have no content.
I am making a Snapshot of a mounted volume to a path called /home/ec2-user/restore - when I use the web interface all works as expected.
When I use AWS CLI to create a new volume from the snapshot and mount the new volume to /home/ec2-user/restore again, the new volume from the snapshot has all the files that are supposed to be there, but the files have nothing in them.
Do you know why a snapshot would omit all the data within the files?
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