jat255

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  1. Just figured it out! Turns out I had two files that had the same name, but different capitalization. This is allowed on linux (ext4), but not on Windows (NTFS). After I deleted one of the files, everything synced up perfectly, and the gui is now reporting that the folder is fully synced. Sounds like this is likely an issue with particular problem files. Perhaps instead of just leaving a "file size remaining to upload" display, the GUI could display some sort of error pointing to the file that is having problems, so the user can manually intervene without having to search around the debugging logs to figure out the issue.
  2. Hello there, I've set up btsync using a two-way secret, trying to keep a folder on my laptop (running Ubuntu 13.04) with my home computer (running Windows 8). The gui reports that I have 42.1 GB in 64392 files in this folder. For some reason, the web (and Windows desktop) GUI report that there is still 122.7 MB remaining to upload from my laptop. In spite of this, there is no transfer activity reported on either GUI, and after enabling debugging output, I see that the log reports "State sync finished for folder..." When checking the results of the sync, I see that most things are synced as expected, but there are a few differences resulting from the SyncIgnore file (correctly ignored), and from the lack of symbolic link support on the NTFS drive. My question is: could these be causing the difference? If so, I don't believe that the GUI should report this remaining file size, and should rather say "fully synced". I have tried removing and re-adding the folder from scratch (letting it fully re-sync from nothing), and this did not help. Thanks in advance!