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  1. Follow up. I did add some ignore items as noted. Not that some time has passed, I'm still having troubles getting files to actually sync to the receiving computer. I thought I had success when leaving all machines on for days to let it index etc., but ultimately the files do not appear to be moving over as expected. BTsync on the machine with the files seems to be stuck indexing, and also "sending" but only a low transfer rate ~20KB/s - 30KB/s seems most common. Of course this means months to sync completely. For the life of me
  2. Thanks Helen. Logs Removed. Will see about adding that ignore list item. Thanks for the heads up about the logs. Removed now... haha. Will be sure to PM instead in future. Out of town for the long weekend, but will do some more testing and reply back with my results. Jwest7788
  3. Additionally, I see my computer is "Receiving" now, even though it should be "sending" files, as the other computer in my peer list was blank before I started (no files in destination) -- I can only assume it's sending me either a file I already have, or a portion of a file I already have...? Is it possible it's overwriting my good files?
  4. Follow up. It seems to be that SYNC works for a period of time (hour maybe?) then the transfer rate grinds to a halt, then stops transferring altogether. BTSync still shows "Indexing" but I am not confident anything is happening, as the files are not copied, and the transfer rate is not even displayed (0). Is it possible that the HDD is going to sleep or something? Why else would the transfer stop for no apparent reason? Recent log attached here. (Figured out, the zips are logs, haha) *Removed*
  5. Additionally, what are the limitations on upload speed? Any tips to increase the speed of that process, or how to find the limiting factor? (up to 500KB/s which is better, but not fantastic..)
  6. Hi RomanZ I was on 2.3.3 and upgraded to 2.3.5 but nothing appears to have changed. I did not have an hdd_low_priority, but did have "disk_low_priority" which was set to false. Updated to true and believe the frozen HDD issue appears to be resolved. I have however noted another issue which is making the system pretty unusable, namely I have two sync folders active going to my home linux based machine, but I am only seeing ~30-60KB/s transfer speeds. 100GB of files will take over a month at this rate... Not sure why so slow, or what I can do to impact.
  7. Hello! I am trying to use BTsync with an external HDD, as my main PC SSD is pretty small. I'm trying to sync ~100GB of home movie files in a couple of different formats, but what I find is that as soon as btsync starts indexing the folder on my HDD the HDD becomes extremely slow, but not technically frozen. It takes ~4 minutes to load a folder on this HDD while indexing is running. I tried to get around this last night by leaving my PC on overnight indexing, but when I came in the morning it hadn't actually indexed over night? -- Might be user er