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  1. Check that is accessible from your environment
  2. Here is an answer from MS: Link with "how-to"
  3. Something like this (from my environment): 1) Linux FILE file 2) another Linux receives FILE file 3) a Windows machine then receives FILE file.conflict another file from linux will create a file.conflict.2
  4. Even Boeing 747 can't kill a good server In all modern operating systems all frequent read\write operations on HDD are cached in computer RAM. And each HDD has internal cache too! So don't worry about "rescan operations". Windows Explorer doing this always for a lot of system files right after powering on the pc. ‚Äč
  5. Have you checked your ssh socks5 with other applications? Try to test with curl. Here is an example: curl --socks5 Good luck
  6. I think that in output of "ldd btsync" you will find that some libs are missing. May help: 1. "pidof btsync" 2. "export `cat /proc/PIDOF_VALUE/environ | strings | grep LD_LIBRARY_PATH`"
  7. As i understand - first system is NAS, and second system is NAS too? CPU usage depends from: CPU architecture, number of cores, number of supported instructions (SSE, AES) etc.
  8. What device do you use? Custom ROM?
  9. This happens because chkconfig reads the startup script named btsync and can't find the line which starts with "# chkconfig:". Example: #! /bin/sh # /etc/init.d/btsync # chkconfig: 2345 80 05 Numbers after "# chkconfig" provides information about set of levels on which daemon should run and start\kill priorities that should be used. Hope this will help
  10. Move your mouse over the folder icon, wait 1 second, absolute path to folder will be displayed in tooltip
  11. Out of inotify watches can be a reason. Read more here
  12. You can disable rescan by setting parameter "folder_rescan_interval" to 0. It some cases it may help.
  13. Remove debug.txt from storage_path folder (.sync) and restart app