David

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  1. Hi feanorknd, Thanks for your input, but unfortunately I've abandoned BitTorrent Sync for many reasons, one being lack of support. I've had 2 big issues which were never resolved so I couldn't go further with it. Regards, David
  2. Well in my case the file is deleted from the device where it was added, and reappears anyway.
  3. Hi, I'm having the same issue. I'm syncing a folder between a Windows 2003 server and a Synology NAS. If a file is deleted on the server, it re-appears instead of being deleted from the NAS. Could someone help me on this ? It is the second issue that could prevent me from using btsync and it's getting frustrating at this point. Regards, David
  4. Hi Stephan, In my case, both are default ext4 filesystems created on 2 synology NAS, here're the mount options (data to be synced is located on /dev/mapper/vol1-origin) : RackStation> mount/dev/root on / type ext4 (rw,relatime,barrier=0,journal_checksum,data=ordered)/tmp on /tmp type tmpfs (0)none on /dev/pts type devpts (gid=4,mode=620)/sys on /sys type sysfs (0)/proc/bus/usb on /proc/bus/usb type usbfs (0)/dev/mapper/vol1-origin on /volume1 type ext4 (usrjquota=aquota.user,grpjquota=aquota.group,jqfmt=vfsv0,synoacl)Regards, David
  5. Hi, The issue isn't fixed yet, I just can't use btsync... I've e-mailed sync@bittorrent.com but haven't got any reply. Regards, David
  6. Hi, Btsync has been running for days now, and is still indexing. My logs are full of "file updated" statements, but I know these files aren't modified. I can see such statements occuring for the same file over and over again : RackStation> cat sync.log | grep /volume1/Backup_Data/ApplicationsInternes/fileabcd.ext[20131204 00:01:46.675] SyncFilesController [file updated]: processing file /volume1/Backup_Data/ApplicationsInternes/fileabcd.ext 1266236920 516[20131204 00:11:45.409] SyncFilesController [file updated]: processing file /volume1/Backup_Data/ApplicationsInternes/fileabcd.ext 1266236920 516[20131204 00:21:47.084] SyncFilesController [file updated]: processing file /volume1/Backup_Data/ApplicationsInternes/fileabcd.ext 1266236920 516[20131204 00:31:48.998] SyncFilesController [file updated]: processing file /volume1/Backup_Data/ApplicationsInternes/fileabcd.ext 1266236920 516[20131204 00:41:45.034] SyncFilesController [file updated]: processing file /volume1/Backup_Data/ApplicationsInternes/fileabcd.ext 1266236920 516[20131204 00:51:47.401] SyncFilesController [file updated]: processing file /volume1/Backup_Data/ApplicationsInternes/fileabcd.ext 1266236920 516[20131204 01:01:47.413] SyncFilesController [file updated]: processing file /volume1/Backup_Data/ApplicationsInternes/fileabcd.ext 1266236920 516[20131204 01:11:45.684] SyncFilesController [file updated]: processing file /volume1/Backup_Data/ApplicationsInternes/fileabcd.ext 1266236920 516[20131204 01:21:46.918] SyncFilesController [file updated]: processing file /volume1/Backup_Data/ApplicationsInternes/fileabcd.ext 1266236920 516[20131204 01:31:46.583] SyncFilesController [file updated]: processing file /volume1/Backup_Data/ApplicationsInternes/fileabcd.ext 1266236920 516[20131204 01:41:44.974] SyncFilesController [file updated]: processing file /volume1/Backup_Data/ApplicationsInternes/fileabcd.ext 1266236920 516[20131204 01:51:47.096] SyncFilesController [file updated]: processing file /volume1/Backup_Data/ApplicationsInternes/fileabcd.ext 1266236920 516[20131204 02:01:46.943] SyncFilesController [file updated]: processing file /volume1/Backup_Data/ApplicationsInternes/fileabcd.ext 1266236920 516[20131204 02:11:46.102] SyncFilesController [file updated]: processing file /volume1/Backup_Data/ApplicationsInternes/fileabcd.ext 1266236920 516[20131204 02:21:45.826] SyncFilesController [file updated]: processing file /volume1/Backup_Data/ApplicationsInternes/fileabcd.ext 1266236920 516[20131204 02:31:46.735] SyncFilesController [file updated]: processing file /volume1/Backup_Data/ApplicationsInternes/fileabcd.ext 1266236920 516[20131204 02:41:44.769] SyncFilesController [file updated]: processing file /volume1/Backup_Data/ApplicationsInternes/fileabcd.ext 1266236920 516[20131204 02:51:48.337] SyncFilesController [file updated]: processing file /volume1/Backup_Data/ApplicationsInternes/fileabcd.ext 1266236920 516And this happens for all the files actually. First of all, does "file updated" mean that btsync thinks the file has been modified ? If so, how does it determine that ? Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks, David
  7. Ok it's been running for about 20 hours, the web interface still says it's indexing. Here's an extract from the logs (I'm obfuscating file names) : [20131203 11:09:59.959] SyncFilesController [file updated]: processing file /volume1/Backup_Data/Administratif/aaaa[20131203 11:09:59.959] SyncFilesController [file updated]: processing file /volume1/Backup_Data/Administratif/bbbb[20131203 11:09:59.960] SyncFilesController [file updated]: processing file /volume1/Backup_Data/Administratif/cccc[20131203 11:09:59.961] SyncFilesController [file updated]: processing file /volume1/Backup_Data/Administratif/dddd[20131203 11:09:59.961] SyncFilesController [file updated]: processing file /volume1/Backup_Data/Administratif/eeee[20131203 11:09:59.962] SyncFilesController [file updated]: processing file /volume1/Backup_Data/Administratif/ffff
  8. Hi, I had the debug option turned on and my log file grew up to 3Gb... I've cleared it and started over. Do you want the logs with the debug option on or off ? In the meantime, here's the content of my newly created log file right after I start btsync : [20131202 15:12:45.440] total physical memory -1 max disk cache 2097152[20131202 15:12:45.442] Using IP address 192.168.0.17[20131202 15:12:45.444] test sha1: AE5BD8EFEA5322C4D9986D06680A781392F9A642[20131202 15:12:45.444] test sha2: 630DCD2966C4336691125448BBB25B4FF412A49C732DB2C8ABC1B8581BD710DD[20131202 15:12:45.444] test aes: 0A940BB5416EF045F1C39458C653EA5A07FEEF74E1D5036E900EEE118E949293[20131202 15:12:45.445] Loading config file version 1.2.73[20131202 15:12:57.466] NAT-PMP: Unable to map port with NAT-PMP.At the moment the btsync process is running at about 80% CPU. The web interface isn't showing any folder nor the version. The "Add Folder" and "Preferences" buttons aren't responsive. Edit : Now the web interface is showing the folder and is responsive. Here's an extract from the log file : [20131202 15:12:57.466] NAT-PMP: Unable to map port with NAT-PMP. 6[20131202 15:22:50.784] SyncFolderScanner: Adding notifer "/volume1/Backup_Data"[20131202 15:22:50.798] Added path=/volume1/Backup_Data with fd=1[20131202 15:22:50.908] Added path=/volume1/Backup_Data/ApplicationsInternes with fd=2[20131202 15:22:51.018] Added path=/volume1/Backup_Data/Developpement with fd=3 2[20131202 15:22:51.185] Added path=/volume1/Backup_Data/Administratif with fd=4and it goes on and on with paths.
  9. Hello ! I've been testing btsync for a few days and I was able to sync folders containing a few files/folders succesfully. Btsync seems to be the solution I was waiting for. Now I'm running into a problem : I'm trying to sync a folder containing about 35000 files (about 20Gb) between two synology NAS boxes so I added a folder share on the first one and generated a secret. The btsync web interface tells me this : 21.7 GB in 36915 files (Indexing...) Also, the CPU usage is abnormally high (above 70%) and I'm talking about constant usage, not peak usage. My folder contained originally 500k+ files and I thought that it was too many, that's why I reduced the number of files to about 35k. Indexing seems to be stuck, could someone help me troubleshoot this ? I've looked into the logs but I could not find anything relevant. Thanks in advance, David