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  2. This should work. I often have had to move a sync folder on machines (say internal to external drive). Once pointing to new location all settles out without new transfers. But the two ends of the sync do sped a lot of effort making sure they are identical, apparently doing and comparing hashes. But with a 50 GB sync site, the checking finished and sync established within maybe 10 minutes of reassigning a sync location. Something I have gotten burned on. When reconnecting, and entering the sync location, I recall having to enter the parent folder of the location where the exact folder being synced becomes implied by the sync name. I found on occasion it was easy to get messed up so the sync starts with and extra folder in the path and so tried to transfer everything to wrong location. Monitor history and make sure no files start getting transferred, also look at sync folder to make sure nothing is getting created, for a few minutes just to be sure.
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  5. kingloui4556

    Resilio at 100% CPU on Mac and hanging

    12 is a bigger number than 2, so you're up to date ..
  6. Sorry for the OT question, but I'm experiencing same problem here and I just noticed, reading this thread, that you all are writing about 2.5.2+ versions. I have here 2.5.12 on two mac clients and if I check for updates it says that I'm up-to-date, on both machines. Do you think I have one problem more?
  7. It means that the app wasn't installed correctly. Please do contact support to get further steps.
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  9. Frank Maier

    Info about Nas 2 Nas

    1. You can try to install it natively: or simply use the docker image: 1a. Three options: i: Both NAS are not in the same LAN but connected to the internet. By default, they will connect to a tracker server, with this they find each other, build up a direct connection and sync. ii: The same as i), just that the required ports for a direct connection across the internet are blocked by a firewall, then they will use a relay server to connect and sync again throught he relays server. iii: You've deactivated tracker and relay servers, Sync won't be able to sync both NAS across the NAS if they are behind a firewall and have dynamic IP adresses. Once you connect your laptop to NAS1, the laptop and NAS1 will sync. Then you connect the laptop to NAS2, the changes will get synced to NAS2, in the end, if NAS2 didn't made some changes, both NAS will be in sync. 2.
  10. Update: This is a big reason I chose Resilio Sync. Ever since the name change, the infotechs haven't bothered me. With the VPN all's working well.
  11. If I've got 4gb of 1000 files, and a host computer with limited upload, does the 'host' computer 'upload all the files with no redundancy' to whatever computer can take it, to leave the remaning computers (should the host computer go offline) to share the files (so total uploads = 4gb of 4gb files, no redundancy), or does it upload one file, make sure that everyone gets it, then uploads the next file (so total uploads 8gb = 4gb original files + 4gb of redundancy before folder is 100% seeded)
  12. @Gane O'dwyer hello, is that link the only way to run Resilio with the "Broadwellnk" chipset? I was able to install the package, but every time I try to run the package it doesn't fully launch. After about 1-2min the app says "stopped" in the package center. Please advise, thank you!
  13. I would like to apologise for a long waiting time. This is already fixed and a part of upcoming release that is in testing. I would like to offer you an early access to it, so you will have the issue solved ASAP. Just PM me with your contact email.
  14. kingloui4556

    External hard drive with raspberry pi problem

    did you mount your external hdd correctly, are you able to create files on it via terminal? Also did you set user permissions to rslsync like this? sudo chown -R rslsync:rslsync /media/pi
  15. I have a shared folder that is synced between 2 of "my" devices and one other device. The main device (where all the files are) is a QNAP NAS (V 2.5.9 Build 1088). The folder there is set as read-only to make sure that other devices don't overwrite files on the NAS. The other devices are all set to "selective sync". Since some time, files and folders added to the NAS are not visible in the remote devices. Disconnecting and reconnecting them did not help. Restarting the remote device did not help either. The "history" menu on the NAS does not show that files have been added as well. Restarting the NAS did not help either. There are no errors on the history either. As far as I can tell, all other shared folders work perfectly. So how do I fix this? I find it highly concerning that I need to find out by accident that files are not being synced. There is no error, warning or similar. Is there another logfile on the NAS that I contains more information than the History view in the web menu? What can I do to fix this except for removing the folder on all devices and adding it again?
  16. I wanted to share a method I usccessfully used to run Resilio sync without any modifications on my Linksys OpenWRT1900ACS running OpenWRT (with a USB3 attached disk). Since OpenWRT uses different libraries than what resilio sync usually requires, my solution was to create a chroot environment on the external USB disk attached to the router. I had to use a different armhf system already running debian (in my case it was a pcduino3nano board running armbian). debootstrap --arch armhf jessie /mnt/disk1/armbian tar cpjf /mnr/disk1/armbian-rootfs.tar.bz2 -C /mnt/disk1/armbian . I then copied this tree using tar and SSH into my LInksys router (to the USB3 disk). scp /mnt/disk1/ root@linksys:/mnt/sda1 I then SSH'ed into the linksys, extracted the tree and shelled into the chroot'ed environment. ssh linksys -l root ... cd /mnt/sda1/armbian # we need a /proc filesystem, use the existing one mkdir /proc mount --bind -t proc /proc /mnt/disk1/armbian/proc # This is necessary because the chroot expects /bin/ash to be found ln -s /bin/bash bin/ash # extract the tree bzcat /mnt/sda1/ | tar xvf - # start it chroot /mnt/sda1/armbian You can now install Resilio sync as explained here: I also added a firewall rule in the OpenWRT GUI to enable port 8888 access from my LAN, not sure this is 100% necessary. The method above works but you should be aware of 2 drawbacks: The chroot'ed environment takes about 250MB before trimming You cannot normally access any storage area outside your chroot. In my case I didn't care about either of these, but you may try trimming the chroot environment by removing some of the default packages installed by the debian debootstrap script. You can also overcome the disk access limit by using a bind mount (before running chroot) mount --bind /mnt/disk1/storage /mnt/disk1/armbian/storage I hope other people find this useful!
  17. Hi everyone, I'm using a raspberry pi to run Resilio Sync for my external hard drive to backup all my files. I've installed Raspian on it and followed the linux installation guide found here. Everything seems to work, I am able to access the user interface via localhost:8888/gui, however I'm getting this error: when I try to use the external hard drive. Does anyone know what may cause this problem and how to fix it? Many thanks
  18. Nas2Nas

    Info about Nas 2 Nas

    1.Well that is the problem,i dont know or Omv(Openmediavault) is supported? I have readed that "FreeNas" users can install it. 1a. Is possible to sync 2 Nas devices via laptop without connecting Nas 1&2 directly? 2.Yes u are right i ment encrypted data transfer,is it an option before syncing not to use it or it part of Sync? TNX
  19. nothsa

    License per user, or per install?

    Thanks, Frank! Exactly what I was looking for.
  20. Frank Maier

    Info about Nas 2 Nas

    Just install it and test it yourself, it's free and easy to install and to remove. 1. If Resilio is available for both NAS, then it will work. 1a. I don't understand what you mean. A laptop can sync with both NAS, and both NAS can sync with the laptop even if one NAS is off. 2. What shall be decrypted? Do you mean an encrypted data transfer? 3. Yes 3a. Yes, because Resilio Sync does not need a central server.
  21. Frank Maier

    License per user, or per install?

    Per User: You can install Resilio Sync on as many devices as you want, as long as it's not for commercial use. So you can install Resilio Sync on all your family member devices with a single user license, too. Then it is, as if you own all the devices. But: All your family members will have the same user account in Resilio Sync and thus can see the same shares. That becomes problematic if you plan to sync financial data on your devices and also want to sync other shares with your kids devices. Then they also have access to the financial data shares. If you don't want this and want that each family member has its own private shares and has to share them with others in order to sync them, then you need another license, in case of the family license you get 5 independent users.
  22. Resilio MIA for 7 months, Helen MIA for 3 months; ridiculous doesn't begin to cover this. I want a detailed technical explanation for this not being possible in v2.5.x, or I'm simply chalking it up to customer-hostile laziness and incompetence.
  23. Hi, I tested this a couple of times, using the latest Sync Pro on desktop and Sync on a Xiaomi M1 A1 (Android 8.0.0) phone. When I click a file to download using selective sync on my phone SD Card, it becomes a 0B file. Just did a few extra tests and apparently when I copy a file into the SD Card (full) sync it becomes a 0B file too, as does Sync from my desktop. That's interesting because it previously synced my Albums fine onto my SD card though it destroyed my music folder later on. On my phone's internal memory, it syncs my screenshots and camera photos fine to my desktop. ** EDIT ** I did a few more rounds of Googling and this might be a Xiaomi / Android 8 bug in general, not a Sync bug.
  24. I've asked Resilio this question in multiple places (Twitter, Facebook, email) but have received no response. Hoping I can get some clarity here. Does anyone know if the Sync Family license is per-user or per-install? The site implies per-user, but I want to make sure before I buy. I only have 3 family members, but between phones, tablets, desktops, laptops and home servers, it's easily over 5 installs.
  25. Hello everybody, Before buying or considering u`r application i would like to get some answers to see if it is for me. Let me first tell u my environment ,I`m willing to sync from: 1.HPe Gen8 microserver/OpenMediaVault(Debian GNU/Linux 8 (jessie),openmediavault Release: 3.0.95 Codename: Erasmus) TO 2. Synology DS215j DSM 6.1.5-15254 Both of them are connected to the same router. Questions: 1.Shall this work between these two`s Nas`es(DS215j is supported)? 1a. Is it possible to sync from laptop as a correspodent/mediator between 2 Nas`s - which is in fact far more simply for someone who's not an IT tech? 2.Is decrypting an option (on/off) ? 3.Is there an option to "remap" the files on both nas`s or just to begin from beginning? 3a.And on the and the far most important question: is it possible to continue the sync if one of the Nas`s(in my case would be DS215j) have been OFF (electrical grid)? Wat is aftermath of it? The point of the Sync is to copy 1:1 on rarely basis.But on Nas(1)Omv does occur from time to time add new media files or deleting of old one`s. Thanx!
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  27. Hi guys, I have been syncing files from a network share to an offsite location which has been working great. However, the server running the sync has died so I had to rebuild it. The files still exist in the original network location and of course the offsite synced location. The network location contains the most recent versions, so if I reinstate the sync I assume the files will not be pulled down and overwrite the files on the network share?
  28. Hi, Recently experienced user directory failure and lost all the Resilio Setup Folders. How to make complete backup of Resilio Settings on desktop or NAS Resilio? Regards, Mark
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