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  1. Correct - I just didn't put in the actual API key. I was only playing with it because of my interest in encrypted folders. Since I'm not really using that at the moment, I'll remove it for now thru dpkg-reconfigure. I still have some interest in it, so any other ideas are welcome.
  2. Config less sensitive data is below. Looking at this...could it be the API key? I wouldn't think that would matter. //!/usr/lib/btsync/btsync-daemon --config//// Default instance automatically created by debconf//// DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE MANUALLY - SERIOUSLY!!!//// THIS FILE WILL BE OVERWRITTEN AT EVERY UPDATE// OR RECONFIGURATION SO DO NOT EVEN TRY IT//// USE dpkg-reconfigure btsync INSTEAD TO MODIFY// THE CONFIGURATION//{"device_name": "InstanceRPi","storage_path" : "/var/lib/btsync","listening_port" : 0,"check_for_updates" : false,"use_upnp" : true,"download_limit" : 0,"upload_limit" : 0,"disk_low_priority" : true,"lan_encrypt_data" : false,"lan_use_tcp" : false,"rate_limit_local_peers" : false,"folder_rescan_interval" : 86400,"webui" :{"api_key" : "awesnap123456","listen" : "0.0.0.0:6011","login" : "theguy","password" : "ohthereisonebutthisisnotit"}}
  3. Foreword - I posted this in Debian and Ubuntu main but am re-posting in main as recommended by Tuxpoldo. I've installed BTSync on my RPi with RaspBMC solely for syncing camera rolls for my iPad, and mine and my wife's iPhones. That said I have the folders additionally syncing to my MBPr and Dell Inspiron Win 7. The purpose is to sync mobile devices when ever and then others populate whenever they are up and in use. For a few weeks, it worked flawlessly, and then weird stuff happened. A few details on the setup at the bottom if it matters. For the past month sometimes it works great, sometimes not so much. Randomly when the Pi syncs, it's 0.0 kB/s, other times very slow (not indexing related) at 50 kB/s or below and sometimes totally normal at over 750 kB/s. Sometimes my devices don't connect at all. Any help is appreciated with ideas. Other notes on my setup: -Pi Model B 512MB -RaspBMC up-to-date -BTSync 1.2.82 -I changed indexing to 86400 sec (one/day) -RPi is a static IP in my LAN -Internally UPnP is enabled In addition - this is the 2nd time I've set the Pi up as the first time I attributed it with "maybe I just need to start over".
  4. I've installed BTSync on my RPi with RaspBMC solely for syncing camera rolls for my iPad, and mine and my wife's iPhones. That said I have the folders additionally syncing to my MBPr and Dell Inspiron Win 7. The purpose is to sync mobile devices when ever and then others populate whenever they are up and in use. For a few weeks, it worked flawlessly, and then weird stuff happened. A few details on the setup at the bottom if it matters. For the past month sometimes it works great, sometimes not so much. Randomly when the Pi syncs, it's 0.0 kB/s, other times very slow (not indexing related) at 50 kB/s or below and sometimes totally normal at over 750 kB/s. Sometimes my devices don't connect at all. Any help is appreciated with ideas. Other notes on my setup: -Pi Model B 512MB -RaspBMC up-to-date -BTSync 1.2.82 -I changed indexing to 86400 sec (one/day) -RPi is a static IP in my LAN -Internally UPnP is enabled
  5. Based on what I know I also assume this is a "no". But is there an "encryption" key generated for all keys ever generated. And would there be a way to discover what that key would be based on the current known "read only" key? Or is there a way to get around this by having multiple secrets per sync file? One where I've already setup with an encryption option.
  6. I would like to use a different key than the one that auto-generates in the iOS app under Camera Backup. Is this possible? I'd like to use a key a key that I already have where a remote location is stored as encrypted. I assume the actual key on the iOS device is the read/write key with what is shown to copy or email out is the read only key. I can find no place available to change any keys.
  7. Just for anyone with the same issue - I had changed the “folder_rescan_interval” to 86400 like other posts suggested and nothing seemed to happen. However after a decent amount of time, the problem seems resolved. BTSync service now running at a cool 2.5 to 3.0 % CPU consistently and no constant indexing.
  8. Hey guys - I've installed BTSync 1.2.82 on my Pi with Raspbmc installed. I'm currently experiencing the same non-stop "indexing" issue and I've tried everything above and on other posts. I have a 32GB flash drive in on of my Pi ports that is the actual sync location so I know it's not a problem with ./btsync being in the sync folder. I am syncing mine and my wife's iPhone pics as well as our iPad's. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.
  9. Oooh, yes please... system type : Atheros AR9132 rev 2 (0xb9)processor : 0cpu model : MIPS 24Kc V7.4BogoMIPS : 265.42CPUClock : 400wait instruction : yesmicrosecond timers : yestlb_entries : 16extra interrupt vector : yeshardware watchpoint : yes, count: 4, address/irw mask: [0x0000, 0x0460, 0x0100, 0x0678]ASEs implemented : mips16shadow register sets : 1kscratch registers : 0core : 0VCED exceptions : not availableVCEI exceptions : not available