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  1. This release has certainly improved speeds, however it seems that BTSync incorrectly reports speeds within the client, both on Linux and Windows. We are now getting between 2-4MB/s and the client reports 0-400kB/s
  2. 1 . Yep, I set that when we first set it up, didn't really make a difference 2. We're doing this over the internet Any other ideas? Cheers
  3. Some more features that would be great: The ability to pause syncing on individual shares A file sync percentage next to the upload/download speed e.g. 597/1024MB 57%Cheers
  4. Thanks for your reply, we can't identify the bottleneck. The server load is also 0.01 With 200000 files: With 1000 files: I should add, it was very slightly faster with 1000 files, but not by much.
  5. Hi there, We're doing some testing with sharing lots of small files. I made a batch file to create 200,000 1MB text files as below: @echo offclsSet Sleep=0:startif %Sleep% == 200000 ( goto end )fsutil file createnew c:\bitsyncbreaktest\%Sleep%.txt 1048576Set /A Sleep+=1goto start:endecho "am 200000 now"pauseWhen syncing to our server, each file only gets up to around 30-50 kilobytes/sec. I created some random 1GB files and those sync at 12MB/sec. Why do small files sync so slowly, is this by design? Cheers.
  6. Hi, Can you please add an icon next to filenames/folders in Windows Explorer/linux file browser etc that shows sync status? Cheers.
  7. Hi, Can you please add an icon next to filenames/folders in Windows Explorer/linux file browser etc that shows sync status? e.g. dropbox Cheers.