Never Seems To Finish in Sync Troubleshooting Posted December 22, 2013 · Report reply Followup: The other share with this issue just developed it right now as I write. It was also a bidirectional share, with a past static state for several months (no contents changing), and just earlier today with new content on either side (so the result after sync was a merge). It's done its first sync since the content changes, and it's stuck with 31 kB left, yet the sync appears to be complete when examining the corresponding folder on each endpoint. I've been messing around inside the above referenced share on one of the two endpoints. I've been busy removing old files, renaming and creating new folders, and moving files from previously existing folders into other/new folders within the hierarchy of that share. One large move of files to a different subfolder sparked a 1.1GB re-transfer of data (how incredibly inefficient). Another folder create, followed by file move from a preexisting subfolder into the newly created folder triggered an apparent re-transfer of that file (6.5 MB), at the conclusion of which the share's sync successfully completed with a datestamp. In short, it's no longer stuck, and the situation fixed itself somehow. The other share (stalled w/7.5 kB outstanding), has been that way for months, despite lots of file/folder manipulation similar to the above, and remains in that state. One would need some visibility into the internal state of the client. For instance, what exactly is the client trying to arrange the transfer of when it's showing (D: 7.5 kB)? And so... The inefficient re-transfer of files which were simply getting moved between subfolders of a share sparked me to start this topic.