joshuahab

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  1. Any idea what these PIECE 0 FAILED HASH CHECK messages are about? Sync is totally broken for me right now, any help would be appreciated!
  2. Syncing seems to have halted for me, with the logs showing this loop: [20130627 11:37:31.605] 24.143.94.224:24874: did not pick any blocks. blocking peer temporarily [20130627 11:37:31.949] *** 625 1 PC.wav: PIECE 0 FAILED HASH CHECK [20130627 11:37:31.949] Banned 24.143.94.224:24874 until forever [20130627 11:37:32.054] Extension: ipv4:[24.143.94.224] for '625 2 PC.wav' [20130627 11:37:32.143] 24.143.94.224:24874: did not pick any blocks. blocking peer temporarily [20130627 11:37:32.313] *** 625 2 PC.wav: PIECE 0 FAILED HASH CHECK I tried to turn on debug logging for more info but I couldn't follow the instructions at [0]. I couldn't find my .sync directory. The Ubuntu package has no binary called "btsync" (only btsync-daemon). The btsync-daemon binary is in /usr/lib/btsync, which has no .sync directory in it. I also couldn't find a .sync directory in /var/lib/btsync, which is where the log file and all data files are. How can I enable debug logging? Thanks, Josh [0]
  3. Hmm, it seems to have mysteriously unstuck itself. A couple questions though: 1. I tried to enable debug logging but I couldn't follow the instructions at [0]. I couldn't find my .sync directory. The Ubuntu package has no binary called "btsync" (only btsync-daemon). The btsync-daemon binary is in /usr/lib/btsync, which has no .sync directory in it. I also couldn't find a .sync directory in /var/lib/btsync, which is where the log file and all data files are. How can I enable debug logging? 2. How can I know that btsync is actually working if it can fail without signaling any kind of error? When indexing was stuck for me the UI indicated no error, and there were no errors in the (non-debug) logs in /var/lib/btsync/sync.log. I want to have confidence from here on out that the files are actually being synced correctly. Thanks, Josh [0]
  4. I have just downloaded the latest version of Bittorrent Sync on Ubuntu via the apt archive. I added a folder and used as my secret a read-only secret from a friend's computer running on OS X. But he's not actually connected right now. The software started scanning my drive, which contains 1TB of data (my friend initially copied the files to this drive locally so we wouldn't have to push all 1TB over the Internet). I monitored the progress of indexing by watching the web UI and could see it making progress (the total size was growing). But it stopped making progress at 62.1GB in 452 files, whereas the directory actually has 971GB in 18284 files. Any idea what's going on? The logs don't have any useful data in them and the daemon itself appears to be idle. Thanks, Josh