moriturimax

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  1. I did find a partial fix, if you click the Devices Tab, it shows a countdown on total file size remaining. If you click the little "i" to the right of it, it shows a queue listing which files are remaining.
  2. I would love to see added to the panel a percentage of how much of the total contents of a folder that the computer has synced. Reading the History is not very helpful. example: If my original folder with the complete content has 1.2 gb across 12 files, and I create a folder on another computer and share the secret with it, it would be really cool if it could display a small bar with the percentage of total files synced. Cheers, seems a heck of a lot more stable than the last time I used it. UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE I take it back, I just happened to look in the Devices Tab, and it actually has a queue showing which files are pending and also showing a real-time countdown of the file size remaining. Cool!! Hopefully some other noob will see this post and slap their own face.. Cheers!
  3. It did it to me too. Was running 1.0.134, have uninstalled it until it leaves Alpha, though with the problems I have seen perhaps it needs to stay in Beta? 8 )
  4. Does anyone create hashes from the file and then compare the hashes between the files to see if they are identical? Or is this something that is not possible to check in the OS? Just curious.
  5. No, I control both systems and they are in fact in the same room. One is the computer I use as the Fileserver that I just manage all existing files and also run the media server from. The other system is where I add new files into the synced folder. At no time do I delete files from either system. Basically old youtube clips, korean dramas, old country, abba and motown music videos, movies and tv shows I rip and manage for my dad and mom to watch. The files go into the folder and then get synced to the fileserver so I don't have to shut it down. Then I started noticing discrepancies between the folders and have since shut down sync while I cross my fingers for an eventual reliable release.
  6. I'll wait till the next memory update since sync just locks up after a couple minutes on .134, then I'll see if it still randomly deletes files and send you any logs. That (random deletes when I never deleted anything) was VERY unnerving behavior.
  7. What if I never deleted anything but files are moved into these trash folders? Main reason I stopped running the program. Why would files show up here if I never deleted anything?
  8. Yah, i decided to uninstall sync, noticed that I was missing random files on both computers that were syncing folders.. trying to repair the damage, but I think I will just hold off till sync isn't in alpha anymore. I expected some bugs, just not wholesale random deletions across many folders. Keeping my fingers crossed for you guys but going back to syncback pro till later.
  9. Mine does the same exact thing, typically uses 950,000KB within a minute of launch, then a couple minutes after that it just stops responding. version .134 and not nearly as many computers as this guy, I've got 4 computers syncing to the one where sync freezes. I have around 100,000 files but not nearly as many as this guy. You all REALLY REALLY need to push out something, anything to knock down the memory use, or barring that at least not locking up the sync within a couple minutes.
  10. Did I misunderstand this last, is there a 32 and 64-bit version of the SyncApp? I only saw one download option for the SyncApp but maybve I missed it? Or were you talking about the OS? Regardless, as soon as I run it on one machine, it ramps up to about 1 gig of ram, then after a couple minutes grinds to a halt and doesn't do anything, hasn't killed the whole system yet.
  11. I do, seems to be (at least in my case) that memory problem, as soon as I start it it ramps right up to about 900,00KB and after a minute or so it just grinds to a halt.
  12. If you can't (or won't) talk with your companies IT department to get them to work with you on forwarding your connection then there may be a good reason not to sync a folder from home with a folder behind the company firewall. I work for an Army Contractor who locks down most access to the internet. I am frankly surprised that I can even access any websites at all from work, but that being said, IT at your company might not react favorably at all. The company I work for would 95% likely fire me if they found me forwarding connections and/or syncing folders between home and the workplace. Heh, course yours might be a bit more friendly toward you and even treat you like a human being, but your best chance is probably talking to them and opening that port if it's possible at all.
  13. I have version 1.0.116 installed with automatic update selected. I noticed that 1.0.134 is listed as the current client version. I clicked Check Now and it said it was up-to-date. Hmmm.
  14. Request: Way to filter History, if nothing more than a way to display each different computer or device and hide the others. I have three computers using sync right now and sometimes I am trying to see what is going on on one computer, while I am doing that a whole bunch of stuff from the others happens and it breaks up the one I want to see.