Paitum

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  1. My logs are filled with this, possibly unrelated: [20141010 22:32:03.031] UPnP: Could not map UPnP Port on this pass, retrying.[20141010 22:32:05.006] UPnP: Device error "http://192.168.1.7:5000/ssdp/desc-DSM-eth0.xml": (-2) [20141010 22:32:05.181] UPnP: Device error "http://192.168.1.6:49153/description.xml": (-2) [20141010 22:32:06.018] UPnP: Device error "http://192.168.1.3:49152/wps_device.xml": (-2) [20141010 22:32:24.801] UPnP: Device error "http://192.168.1.1/getxml?file=/root.xml": (110) offline (timed out) [20141010 22:32:27.019] UPnP: Unable to map port 192.168.1.7:29789 with UPnP. 192.168.1.7 is my Synology192.168.1.6 is a SharX Wifi Webcam192.168.1.3 is a Buffalo Router192.168.1.1 is a DLINK Switch I found this record within the other repeating lines: [20141010 22:21:24.804] UPnP: Device error "http://192.168.1.106:16287": (-2) 192.168.1.106 is the desktop that I'm actually trying to sync with... but this line didn't get logged during the steps I mentioned above. I tested it again.
  2. I am using the 1.4.83 BETA install on a Synology DS412+ and my Windows BTSYNC 1.4.83. I am unable to setup a sync directory on the Synology using a read-only key coming from my Windows. Here are the steps I am following and the behavior: (This may or not be important, but both devices already have matching directories) 1. Remove the sync directory from both Synology and Windows (including deleting the .sync directories) 2. In Windows click "Add Folder", and close the "Share" screen that follows 3. Open the "Preferences" of the sync directory that I just added 4. Copy the "Read Only Key" to the clipboard 5. In the BTSync interface on the Synology, click "Enter a link or key" 6. Paste the read only key 7. Navigate to the desired directory 8. Press "Ok" when warning that the directory is not empty (because it already contains the files) At this point both BTSync applications will index the files and sit at "No Peers". I believe the problem is that the Synology sync directory was not setup with the Read Only key, because if I open the sync folder preferences on the Synology side, I see a Read & Write key and a Read Only key neither of which resemble the Read Only key that I pasted in step 6. Am I doing something wrong here?
  3. I tried to figure out which of the following rules was working, but I didn't have time, because every time I restart BTSync it syncs all my shares which include some very slow network file shares. And I believe that BTSync must be restarted for SyncIgnore changes to go into effect. I am using the following, which is working for me. *.lrdata*.lrdata/**.lrdata\*\*.lrdata/*.lrdata\*.lrdata\*/*.lrdata/*
  4. I wish to sync my Photos and Lightroom Catalog files. The problem is Lightroom creates a cache directory along-side of the Catalog. So my directory looks like: C:\Media\Catalogs\MyCatalog.lrcat C:\Media\Catalogs\MyCatalog Previews.lrdata\* C:\Media\Pictures\20131013\* C:\Media\Pictures\20131014\* C:\Media\Pictures\20131015\*etc. I have a BTSync directory at C:\Media\Catalogs, and all I want to sync are the *.lrcat files. I have been trying to ignore the *.lrdata directory using the .SyncIgnore file, but I have been unsuccessful. After reading online, and performing experiments, I realize that I am not alone. I feel like one of these should work:*.lrdata*.lrdata/*/*.lrdata/*.lrdata/* Question 1: What .SyncIgnore pattern would help me exclude all *.lrdata subdirectories. Question 2: Do I need to restart BTSync for changes in .SyncIgnore to get picked up? Question 3: Can I use forward-slash '/' in Windows? Do backslashes '\' need to be escaped '\\'? Thank you.