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  1. Resolved the issue. In case this is useful to anyone, here goes: On linux source, /var/lib/resilio-sync/ there is a hidden directory starting with .SyncUserxxxxx in .SyncUserxxxxx/folder I found directories that represent the standard folders in Resilio. Each of these directories contained info.dat file which when inspected (cat or vim) contain the shared secret key and the name of the standard folder. so: /var/lib/resilio-sync/.SyncUserxxxxx/folder/12345678976543221/info.dat I ended up finding duplicate of these directories all representing the same standard folder, w
  2. I went ahead and uninstalled Resilio package from Synology and confirmed the folder /volume1/@appdata/resiliosync was gone. I then reinstalled the latest Resilio package (current 2.6.3_1) and added the problematic folder using the shared key from source. Now, I am getting flooded with this error in the sync.log: assert failed /home/jenkins/slave-root/workspace/Build-Sync-Manually-EC2@6/sync/fs/tree/SyncFileEntryTree.cpp:167 Also, the shared folder I just added, its size jumps all over the map, from GB to TB to 0 and so forth. Seems like it isn't indexing at all. I read on
  3. Thanks for your response. I have not removed the app no. The reason is because i have other shared (standard) folders that are syncing OK. The destination (troubled) NAS is a Synology DS1511+ with ResilioSync package installed (as per Resilio instructions) The source is actually an Ubuntu server with ResilioSync installed and NAS mounted with CIFs. By the way, I found this and this article describing where the .db files reside. It is not clear how to cross-reference a .db to a shared folder so I tried logically deriving the connection using last-modified. Lon
  4. I am trying to re-do synced folder between two NASes. So far I tried: removed shared folder on both ends deleted .sync folder on both ends added the folder on the source NAS and let it index when adding this folder on the destination NAS by means of of shared key, the folder indexes multiple TBs in a span of a few minutes! sadly incorrectly also because the sizes do not match on source and destination. Where on earth is it getting this "cached" indexed info? I need to delete it! The idea to start fresh. Thanks,
  5. Hello, How do I delete a folder completely from resilio? If I delete the folder and then re-add it using the key/link, some sort of cache rebuilds that folder in moment (several TBs). Something is wrong with that cache and I'd like to force it to rebuild as if it was new. Thanks
  6. Hi, I used to synchronize a folder between two computers in a one directional way. Computer A -> Computer B For some reason folder size on one Computer A is larger than on B. When a new file is added to Computer A, it does not replicate to B. I have to delete the shared folder on Computer B and re-add using the Key/Link at which point the new file gets replicated. I tried deleting the .sync folder on Computer B and re-adding using Key/Link with no change in behavior. The folder size is still off, being the smaller one. Any ideas? Thank you, Computer A: U
  7. Hi there, How can I clear "cache" of a folder that formerly was shared? The reason I ask if because If I were to delete an existing folder that used to be synced and then re-add it, the size of the folder is picked up quite fast (several TB) which leads me to believe that there is metadata cache of the folder. Also, the reason I am trying to do this is because this folder erroneously does not sync all of its content and I just want to start fresh. Resilio 2.5.12(1911) Any ideas?
  8. Good day, I've been successfully running btsync 1.3.8 on CentOS 7.3. I am looking to update to latest (1.4.1) and have a few questions: 1. The upgrade instructions state I need to place the rslsync along btsync. Where is that? /var/lib/btsync/? /var/lib/btsync has a folder .SyncUserxxxxxxx. Is that the folder you mean by ".sync" 2. I have the old btsync repo under /etc/yum.repos.d If i add the new repo for resilio, will that work with above manual install? 3. Will old shares be preserved? Thank you,
  9. This is a followup of my research.Thanks Remirus for your help with this issue. I was getting spammed by errors in sync.log: "SyncFileEntry: Failed to write attributes for file /mnt/share .... -1" The reason this was happening is because btsync user was trying to change file attributes (still curious if this is necessary and/or can be disabled) in the mounted share. My mounted share was mounted using CIFS and according to mount.cifs: In my case, I was getting "No permission" when attempting to change file permissions in that mount using something like "sudo -u btsync c
  10. Good day, I have BTsync installed on 2 devices: Centos7 vm and a remote Synology NAS. Synchronization works well for about a day at which point Centos7's BTsync just stop re scanning folders. In other words, I make changes to folder structure that need to be synced with Synology NAS but BTysync does not pick those changes up on Centos7 until i restart the service. After restart folder rescan (every 600 seconds) works for another day. Where can i find logs in Centos7 to determine whats going wrong? Thank you!
  11. Thanks RomanZ! Do changes take effect right away ("hd_low_priority" or "...encryption..." or I need to restart btcync clients/computer? So theoretically, should I expect similar transfer speeds to that of explorer transfers? I am just trying to set a bar. I will go through with the speed profiler and post results.
  12. Hi there, I am trying out BTSync as the means to synchronize my NAS with another Windows 7 computer on a LAN. I have a very simple gigabit network setup: Router - switch - Win7 PC (bittorrent ver: 1.4.93) - Synology NAS (bittorrent ver: 1.4.83) DHT, Relay, Tracker, LAN broadcast AND Encryption is disabled on both ends (no encryption setting on NAS) So far, the max transfer rate I get is 9.9MB. I tested on a 10GB file. is that considered good? I can get 20MB - 100MB if i transfer the same file between the two via explorer copy. Any pointers? Thank you!