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About jfreiman

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  1. Is Sync still being developed past bug fixes? Other than a few beta clients releases every several months, none lead me to believe that anything new or substantial is coming in the future. Resilio should switch to EOL and make the entire feature set free to all - who still use it. I own 8 Pro licenses and feel that it was a big waste of money and misplaced trust that development would continued Enough promises already. This is reminiscent of Microsoft and Windows Phone, Windows RT - denial. Silence. Patches. Silence. Gone.
  2. I would like this feature also, but for me, I would specifically want to augment or integrate such a feature into Plex. Syncing videos within Plex "works" but there are so many limitations and pitfalls when used with multiple users on shared devices. It would be great if Sync could make currently syncing video files available for playback after xx% of the file had downloaded.
  3. Development on Sync since Resilio has stagnated and seemingly-simple cross-platform concepts such as thumbnails -- which are beyond necessary for advanced sync'd folders, still isn't implemented is sad. My family and friends share countless videos and large files. All of our media is fully tagged with txt and image data before being added to our shared sync'd folders. However, file names alone are not sufficient when it comes to deciding which files to sync locally. Heck, there aren't even file sizes or estimates of file sizes shown on (Windows Explorer) client computers. That said
  4. Please tell me of the alternative you found!!!!! Even though I have purchased about a half a dozen licenses for Sync "Pro" (LOL) I too am fed up with the crappy support, buggy software and countless times Sync has had to re-index my shared folders for no reason, or completely erased several folders deep of large files! (thankfully, I was smart enough to NOT rely on Sync as a backup, and had all (most) of the files backed up to a local server! -- because every logged in device had it's shares wiped clean. Why do these things happen? How do they happen? How can users prevent such catastro
  5. This has now happened to my Sync "server" which stores the 30TB of folders I sync to different devices. As you suggested to AL40k, I posted my logs as well as a descrption of the issue to your "Submit a Regquest" webpage. However, after attaching the files, and pressing "submit" at the bottom of the page, nothing happens. I still have the page open and have clicked "submit" several more times. ... .. update: I seems I had too many log files attached so I reduced the number and only uploaded/attached what it would allow.
  6. Frank Maier: thank you for quoting Lost Copter's post regarding the Size column! That is CRAZY! So currently only 2.79TB out of 9.69TB has been indexed?! Oh, Lord!!! At this rate indexing is going to take another 3 weeks before it completes! Yikes! What strikes me as 'odd' is that I had 7TB + 3TB already indexed in two separate folders. I then merged them into one 'mega folder' using Storage Spaces. No files were changed and I didn't create a new shared folder. I used the larger folder's Sync Share and added the other folder into it. I was assuming that only the new added fold
  7. Yea, I have a 11TB folder I'm trying to get indexed and sometimes I see Sync indexing the folder, and other times it's not doing anything.... Has it completed it's indexing, taking a break or is it verifying it's current index????
  8. Create a config file to have Sync place 'deleted' files in an alternate directory path?
  9. Thank you, I know -- I have to do that every time I set up a new device.
  10. I too HATE how by default Sync moves deleted items to the archive folder! I too have Sync monitoring and keeping my media files backed up. The problem is that every time a file is replaced with a newer/updated file, the old file and folder get moved and found by my the multimedia agents such as Plex Server and MyMovies! H-A-V-O-C Resilio should really expand their setup with a simple wizard to allow users to turn this feature ON if they want it, or even better, give users the option of placing the Archive folder(s) in alternate directories or different hard drive.
  11. Installing/Upgrading from b662 to 2.4 Windows x64 (desktop) b666 worked as expected. Installing/Upgrading from b662 to 2.4 Windows x64 (service) b666 appeared to complete installation, but upon opening my browser to view if the upgrade was successful, it was still showing that build b662 was installed. I stopped and restarted the service and it still reflected that b662 was the current version. I tried the install again, same result. I killed the Sync process from Task Manager, and verified that the service was stopped, I then did the install, opened my browser and it now refl
  12. The latest 622 has resolved the issue where Sync would get stuck indexing when a new folder was added.
  13. ok, I now just checked to see if there is an updated RC 2 and there is. One of the issues resolved seems to cover what I am experiencing.
  14. Well, that was short lived.... My system that is running Sync as a Service on Windows 10 x64 keeps getting "stuck" when large transfers are happening. When large files are transferring/syncing to clients running the Sync 2.4 desktop app, my "server" running as a service begins the transfer(s), but later stops sending data and then gets caught "indexing" one or more folders for indefinite period of time -- even though no changes were made to the folder(s) being indexed. While "indexing" is taking place, my CPU utilization fluctuates from between 24 - 30% and is high enough priority
  15. Running Sync Pro x64 as a service on Windows 10 x64. Stopped Sync Service Backed up both Sync Users folder and Program Data folders. Ran the new Resilio Installer, upgraded as Service. Within seconds the upgrade was completed and my browser was showing my Sync'd folders and correct licensing information - success! Now to upgrade my other computers....