Lee133

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  1. 1. The destination location seems to have plenty of space to accommodate the transfer. (e.g. about 280 GB of free space) 2. I could find no evidence of damage to the jpgs. All applicaitons seem to be able to read and process them. I have even taken the extra step, using Lightroom, to save duplicate files in a sub-directory, but even the duplicates fail to sync. 3. After starting the sync, I do not make any changes to the files. I cannot say with absolute certainty that there is not a process running in the background that might be making changes to these files (for whatever crazy and un
  2. First of all, I have enabled debug logging but the debug.txt file only contains "FFFF". The problem: System A has about 100 GB of photos which need to synced with system B. Certain files appear in the "Transfer" tab of BTS yet there is no activity listed under the "UP" or "Down" headings. After several seconds, the file disappears from the list yet no file can be found on system B. Looking deeper, I searched through the sync.txt file and found a peculiar set of entries related to the unsuccessfully synced files (appended below). It seems that any problematic file transfer that shows t