mertzi

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  1. Hello! I have a question about how this scheduler works CPU wise. I don't have pro but you have a reasonably priced promotion at the moment and I like the idea of scheduled sync. But what I want to know is if this function affects CPU load. Will Sync still be active, monitoring changes, scanning folders etc or will all that activity happen exclusively during scheduled sync time?
  2. I use portable versions of a lot of apps and keep them in sync between my two PC's (never on external drives!). The most important is Firefox and I've experienced the cache problem, that's why I started using the pause function in the first place. A lot of json and sqlite files which are part of the cache would become conflicted and I would see a lot of corresponding files with the extension !bt (I don't remember exactly) not being removed when I exited Firefox. BTSync on both machines then would just continue trying to sync until I deleted the bt-files manually. Does this happen because the c
  3. A little late response but thank you! I did a complete re-installation/re-setup of BTSync instead and haven't seen the issue since. So no logs unfortunately. I'm now on 2.3.3 (296) and it works perfectly.
  4. Thank you for clarifying! I'll continue exiting BTSync before work sessions then. How more likely is it that BTSync will miss changes if I exit BTSync and then launch it afterwards, instead of just pausing sync?
  5. For the time being I exit BT Sync before sessions and restart it when I'm finished. Although I don't think it's the best solution because it doesn't monitor in real time. The best solution IMO would be letting the paused BT Sync index whatever changes are made and then when sync is resumed transfer all this information and then sync. It seems they have made it to go the other way around, that changes are monitored on those machines where BT Sync is NOT paused. It might even be the purpose, that the pause function shall prevent to sync files that have been changed on a remote PC. If that's the
  6. Hello! I find it odd that I don't get one single result from searching "pause" or "pause syncing". Maybe something going on with my browser. I have noticed something that I wouldn't call a bug but maybe an inconvenience. I normally pause syncing when I use files in my synced folders and resume syncing when I'm done. I have found that even if BT sync is paused on the PC I use, BT Sync on the remote PC (where sync is not paused) is constantly active and the "sync wheel" is rotating all the time. There are no actual transfers going on, but if I look into history on the remote PC it tell
  7. "me too" posts are necessary when there's no "I also have this problem" button or something similar. Further information about acl and CNG would be great because I don't understand what that is or what to look for. Where do I restart CNG? I can't find any CNG in the task manager. I have had issues in the past when using the same identity on all machines so I always set up BT Sync as it's own identity on each machine I use. At the moment 2 PC's with Windows 10 Pro. I only share one folder and both users are set as owners with all permissions. Time settings are in sync. I will
  8. Hi! Did you get rid of this problem? I've been seeing it for maybe a month now but it can't be widespread because you're post is the only one mentioning this (even outside of this forum). I don't know if it actually affects transfers because I don't use this machine much nowadays, it's mostly a backup machine for my main PC at home. It always goes away if I restart BT sync but then comes back after a while. I'm on windows 10 pro, 64-bit.
  9. A late follow-up. I did a complete re-installation and then thoroughly reviewed everything in the settings and now I keep the sync folder in roaming to be about the same size as the database. I'm still on 2.1.4 because I had a lot of issues with later versions and 2.1.4 is flawless for me so if you're on a later version the settings look a little different. But what I've done is: Under advanced settings: - Untick "Always check for updates..." - Untick "Enable debug logging" Under advanced settings > more settings: - Set log size to 1 - Disable "send statistics" (I assume this setting re
  10. Hello and thank you for your awesome service! I recently went from 1.3 to 2.1 because 1.3 didn't work good in Windows 10. Sync 2.1 worked flawlessly, the best idle cpu values I had ever seen with 0-0,1% constantly for BTSync.exe. I use Sync on 2 PC's, one at home and one at my studio. The other day I installed 2.2 on my home PC and afterwards it hasn't run well at all. It never went to idle, CPU usage for BTSync.exe was constantly at around 3%. So I updated on the remote PC too because I figured 2.1 and 2.2 didn't work well together. No difference. So I went back to 2.1 (2.1.4.79 to be exact
  11. Hello! I upgraded to Sync 2 a while back and now automatically install updates through BT sync. Then I remembered it is pretty common that developers don't put an effort into clean up mechanisms, especially after downloading upgrade files (Google might take the first price with Chrome). So I checked the BT Sync folder in Roaming and found it is pretty big. 919 MB to be exact. I have enough space on my PC, but on e.g. a cheap laptop with limited storage this would be an issue. 500 mb seems to be only log files and almost all the rest is for the database which I of course understand is essenti