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  1. Same Problem here. Raspberry pi Model 3. Raspbian Buster Version 10. Resilio Sync 2.7.2 (1375) 21g available (83% in use), and Resilio mentiones that it is running low on disk space. the workaround to edit the "disk_min_free_space" option did not work for me. EDIT: do you need further informations for troubleshooting? That issue is pretty annoying..
  2. when will resilio 2.5.x be released for NAS-systems?
  3. current workaround looks like this: enable the admin user. that's it after that, starting the btsync package is no problem anymore..
  4. Today i've updated my DS213j to DSM 6 and updated the btsync Package suitable for the cpu architecture (armada370). the btsync service doesn't start, an error message appears (see topic). i hope that the .spk just has the wrong filename.. does anyone has the same problem?
  5. i'm back and installed version 2.3.3 on all of my devices, before checking for any core dumps as i read the changelog i asked myself, if my problem is solved?!
  6. Ok, i'm short of time at the moment. Hope to get your tips/checks done this evening. Otherwise in about 10 days.. :-/
  7. Hey guys, I've got the problem, that sometimes the btsync service is stopped, after i booted or rebooted my synology ds213j. I'm running btsync 2.3.1 and DSM 5.2-5644 Update 3 Any ideas? Starting the service manually after boot is no problem.
  8. ok, maybe i'm too stupid. but i've made the following experience: sharing a folder like this (see attached screenshot) still needs the approval by the creator of the folder (not the one who produced the link!!) by appearing online - no interaction by the user in front of the pc (the one who created the folder-sync) is necessary. What do you mean with "share the key itself"
  9. What a pity.. so when i'm using btsync as free version and I reinstall my OS, all generated syncs are completely useless?! Why can't every owner approve new peers?
  10. is this still a fact in btsync 2.2.x??
  11. Hey guys, i've figrued out a strange behavior between my synology ds213j (btsync 2.2.1) and my mac osx (btsync 2.2.1) - both not the Pro version! There are two folders i want to sync. On both systems, the folders are in the same subdirectory. After adding "Folder -A-" on the synology, the device got approved and started indexing (the files were present at that moment). After finishing indexing it says "no peers". Meanwhile "Folder -B-" works fine with no problems. Any ideas? //edit: the available peer (Folder -A-) on Mac OS is NOT the synology.
  12. i guess you have the same problem, that is mentioned here i hope they fix it very soon!! i've never had those problems in 1.4.x although i haven't paid for the pro version, i'm pretty upset about 2.0...
  13. I found a workaround!! "disconnect" (don't delete!!) the folder you sync in btsync.stop "btsync" in the paket center.Delte the ".sync"-Folder in the folder you want to syncstart "btsync" in the paket centerre-connect/re-add the folder you want to sync in btsync everything's fine now here. May someone test it, too?
  14. Today i've updated my DS213j to 2.0.93 (from 2.0.85) via "manual install" on the DSM. Now I have no more write-rights. What can i do?
  15. can someone of the admins confirm this as a fact? i think this behavior of btsync is pretty awkward --> in case of re-installing the os (post #2 in this thread)
  16. When will the versions for "other devices" (in my case Synology with Armada370 CPU) be released?
  17. correct me if i'm wrong, but i made the experience, that "read & write"-peers are NOT able to approve new peers, that have connected to the synced folder. Not even, if i gave them the "owner" permission. only the "origin-owner" has approved new peers, when it was online... (link was shared with "no expiration" and "peers must not be approved manually")
  18. that's a very good question, i've been asking myself before, too!! another question that comes to my mind is, what happens, if I re-install the OS (in my case windows) where the owner is running. will no new peers be approved anymore??
  19. your problem is maybe related to mine does your "peers-window" look similar?? (see my attached screenshot)
  20. Here's a problem i ran into. I've created a new folder i want to sync. (and shared the link: read & write, no peers have to be approved, link never expires). Some new peers have got the problem, that they get connected to the shared folder, but never start syncing. Looking for the Details for the peer just has a blank page (see attached file). Does anyone has had the same problem?? I'm a little bit clueless, i've never had those problems before with btsync... //edit: the better topic would be "New Peers Appear, But Never Connect Or Start Syncing"... btsync.tiff
  21. is this behavior wanted??: i created a link (read & write) that doesn't expire and i don't have to approve new peers for syncing. however, new peers don't start syncing until the owner of the folder is "online" for a moment. atm i'm still in the 30 days pro trial... This is my setup: Win 7 is the Owner. Mac OS x was the first peer (synced completely). Then, the Win7 Client was turned off, and and a new peer (Win 8.1 Client) was turned on and the sync-folder was added, but it awaited the approval (= appear online) by the owner (the Mac OS X was running all the time).