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  1. Ok, thanks for that but I need some more help if you can. so on my NAS which is one of the 2 devices, I enabled the Pro trial to test. Under "My Devices" I have now set new folders from other devices to disconnected. What would be my next step? Add "/mnt/sync/_data" on my NAS? Then what? What do I do on my MAcbook (second device) do I add the code for the "/mnt/sync/_data" share or do I first somehow link these 2 devices (not sure I need that) Or do I create a share on the MAcbook for "/Users/ovi/Documents/_data/" ? Sorry, this tool is very confusing and it changed significantly since I first tried it while it was in alpha/beta.
  2. Same question over here. I have started a 30 day trial of the PRO version to see if this does what I need and as @Peter asked I would like to sync a specific folder which exists on 2 devices currently. I did a few tests and can't seem to get the folder structure right. so on device a) I select the folder: /mnt/sync/_data on device b) the existing structure is: /Users/ovi/Documents/_data so when selecting the share link from a) do I point it to /Users/ovi/Documents/_data on b) or one folder up => /Users/ovi/Documents/ I'm confused if /mnt/sync/_data = /mnt/sync/_data/ = /mnt/sync/_data/* as with my 2-3 tries so far I have ended up with folders in all the wrong places, either /Users/ovi/Documents/_data/_data or the content of /mnt/sync/_data spread all out inside /Users/ovi/Documents/ instead of inside _data where it belongs. I have now cleaned up the mess but will wait a reply before going ahead.
  3. very similar problem here but I couldn't find any of the mentioned types of files - any other suggestions? my sync is just stuck, as the other person also described.
  4. @tuxpoldo: after upgrading both my server running Debian and my Macbook (both to version 1.4.8 of btsync) syncing just stopped. Restarting btsync on both machines didn't help. My Macbook lists the server in the devices tab and shows there is data to be uploaded but simply doesn't start. Does your btsync package write a log file somewhere? Any other suggestion? P.S. The macbook and my Windows PC (also using btsync 1.4.8) are still happily syncing.
  5. busy sending out the mail. 9 attachments (dmp logs) with about 2.6Mb each. mail went out right now.
  6. Well, I "think" I was on 1.1.27 on both machines, synced them, all was working fine. Then I went away for 2 weeks, and updated my Macbook pro consecutively to the newest one, 1.1.42 and when I came back home I upgraded the one on the PC to 1.1.42. I'm syncing my music folder which is about 100GB my pictures folder which is about 180GB and my Documents folder which si about 20GB. No errors in the Mac history. Win history was showing the timestamp error and as I said wanted to sync huge amounts of data which COULD NOT have changed. The win version is indexing every time I start it, skipping loads of stuff due to bad timestamp and crashes every 10 minutes, after which I restart it and it starts the indexing again and eventually crashes again. If I select to submit the crash dump, I get something along the lines of http connection unsuccessful or similar. Will wait a few minutes for the next crash to get the exact error. here we go: unable to send crash report to server: httpsendrequest failed.
  7. What exactly does that mean and what will happen? Searching the forum yielded nothing for those terms. What happened is that I was away for 2 weeks with my laptop, came back and upgraded btsync on my Macbook and on my PC, they started syncing and apparently all of a sudden ma Macbook has 94GB of new music (definitely not!) the PC has 163GB of new pictures (how, it was offline) and in my 2 weeks I seem to have also produced 7.4GB of new documents (I might have about 10MB of new documents but I moved a few around into different folders but still within the sync folder defined within btsync. So now my question is if this is always going to happen once they are out of touch for a few days? These 100+GB will take a few days to sync due to my low-speed network here and I still don't know what is going to happen, will I have 100+GB inside my SyncTrash? Will I have everything double? I do know btsync is alpha but if the basic function of it, the sync goes this badly wrong, I'm pretty disappointed.
  8. I'm pretty sure this is wrong: sudo echo 1000000 >> /etc/sysctl.conf You're just inserting a number in there but it needs to be attached to max_user_watches... Follow-up question: is btsync really using inotify? In that case I guess I need to know more about it since I use inotify for another tool on my server too and that uses most of my user_watches.
  9. I'm running btsync on Debian Wheezy with very few packages from testing. I now need python3.3 but when I try installing it it tells me it will remove btsync. Can you have a look please and let me know if this is fixable from your side? apt-get install -t testing python3.3 -u Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done The following extra packages will be installed: libc-dev-bin libc6 libc6-dev libffi6 libpython3.3-minimal libpython3.3-stdlib locales python3.3-minimal Suggested packages: glibc-doc python3.3-doc binfmt-support The following packages will be REMOVED: btsync The following NEW packages will be installed: libffi6 libpython3.3-minimal libpython3.3-stdlib python3.3 python3.3-minimal The following packages will be upgraded: libc-dev-bin libc6 libc6-dev locales 4 upgraded, 5 newly installed, 1 to remove and 346 not upgraded. Need to get 17.1 MB of archives. After this operation, 14.8 MB of additional disk space will be used. Do you want to continue [Y/n]?
  10. ok, I understand. its just that I always read about new releases, tried updating via btsync itself, said no newer version, went and manually downloaded and ended up with the same version until I learned that the newest links are always in the release thread :-)
  11. YES, so I select: MAC OSX and get 1.1.27... This was the case with older updates too, that link never pointed to the newest version.
  12. Just wanted to let you guys know that the download button on this site is still pointing to the last build: http://labs.bittorrent.com/experiments/sync/get-started.html
  13. Thanks for confirming. I have read countless "nested" threads, its just that most of them were describing the issues of cross-syncing folders/subfolders to the same machines while I was trying to sync to another one. Anyway, its all good, I just hope one day btsync will adapt to our workflow/folder structure rather than us having to adapt to the tool :-)
  14. say I have a folder called Documents, that is being synced between my two main working machines but it also contains a subfolder: Important which I'd love to sync to my server. I didn't think that would be a problem but it appears btsync doesn't allow to sync a subfolder. I don't understand why, since I am going to share the subfolder with a machine that doesn't know anything about the parent folder being synced and I cannot afford traffic and space wise to sync the whole Documents folder to my server. What's the easiest solution to this dilemma?
  15. @Tuxpoldo: Thanks for the great contributions. One question though: Just wondering why I see 6 instance running: pstree | more init-+-/usr/sbin/amavi---2*[/usr/sbin/amavi] |-/usr/sbin/postg |-acpid |-btsync-daemon---6*[{btsync-daemon}] And another one, if I open htop I see 6 processes running like this: /usr/lib/btsync/btsync-daemon --nodeamon --config /etc/btsync/complex.conf so I was wondering why the parameter --nodeamon?