farrsight

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  1. So which architecture of resilio are you using on your UNRAID? Linux x64? Just trying to determine if this is an issue that applies to synology or to, essentially, all linux based releases of resilio..
  2. ds418play comes with 2GB of ram and the only packages running on top of DSM are file station, universal search and resilio. So it's a pretty lean install and my synology usually is at 13% RAM usage at most all times
  3. I've got the latest version of Resilio (2.5.10-1) running on my Synology DS418play which is also running the current version (DSM 6.1.4-15217 Update 5). I have a Resilio running on a linux server at my host and when I move files into the Linux host and the Synology starts to sync, I only get around 1.6MB/s performance. However, if I go into the Synology and simply stop the Resilio service and then start it again, my sync speeds go to 5-6MB/s. I've been able to reproduce this 3 times now. It's pretty annoying to have to start/stop the service after adding files to the Resilio directory each time. Both clients also are set to use predefined hosts and all the port forwards are correct, too.
  4. Thank you. I suspected that, but it is actually confusing the way it is laid out in the preferences UI.
  5. I've been looking at the wording on Preferences>Advanced>Bandwidth for some time now and the way it is setup makes no sense to me at all and the help for it doesn't answer the question. If I have Global Limit radio button ticked, but the download and upload checkboxes are unticked, what does that mean? Will it run as fast as my connection allows? Basically, I want to make sure that Resilio is configured so that it transfers as fast as it possibly can.
  6. Here's what I see looking at speedgraphs while I'm syncing a large file across the internet via Resilio. The speed slowly reaches a peak of 20mbps, then it drops off and slowly ramps up again. Is there anyway to stop this and get steady sustained download speeds? Also, Resilio never saturates my connection. If setup an FTP session from the same two systems I can saturate my 70mbps connection. However, if using resilio between the exact same systems, it never exceeds around ~20mbps. Attached is my speedgraph showing the effect happening.
  7. Sorry, I was tired when I wrote that. Yeah, the 2.3.7 client on linux runs faster than the newer 2.4 client. So old btsync 2.3.7 client is faster than newer 2.4.4 resilio client.
  8. I haven't had much time to do upgrades and had BTSync 2.3.7 build 451 running on my Linux hosting server until last night. I have been connecting to it from my Win10 x64 system which is already running Resilio 2.4.4 b732 for quite some time. So I upgraded to Resilio on the linux host and used the same storage folders. However, I get much slower performance when syncing. I've kept both installs on the linux host for testing purposes. If I run the newer 2.3.7 client on Linux I max out at around 18-20mbps at best and it takes much longer for it to ramp-up to speed and it doesn't seem to hold that 18-20mbps for long before it drops back down and slowly ramps up again. Whereas if i kill the 2.3.7 client and reactivate the older 2.4.4 btsync linux client it ramps up to speed much faster and it peaks out at 30mbps and holds steady there for longer periods of time. Both clients have identical settings in the advanced options so no funny tweaks there.