aduermael

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  1. @RomanZ Thanks for your answer! I'll wait for the API to cover 2.0 features then, before updating my Docker/BTSync project.
  2. Hi, Are you going to provide a command-line interface for BTSync 2.0? Or an API compatible with 2.0 folders? Or at least a way to deal with 2.0 folders with config file? I love BitTorrent Sync. But I used to deploy peers using Docker containers, it was super easy. Now I can't sync the new folders (2.0) without going through the web GUI... In some use cases, it's not even an option. Right now it seems like I have to keep working with 1.4 folders...
  3. Hi, Ok I did these 3 tests: - Remove a folder from the config and restart - Update a secret key for some folder in the config and restart - Re-add folders that were removed and restart And it works like a charm! I'm not using te webUI at all, so I had no issues.
  4. I don't see any functional issues yet, just the message. And yes, the new identity pops up only when I clean up the storage folder (/usr/bin/.sync by default in my case) I'll do more tests. Actually I was worrying about folders that wouldn't stop syncing if I remove them from the config. As they are kept, registered somehow in the .sync folder files. I'll run these tests: - Remove a folder from the config and restart - Update a secret key for some folder in the config and restart - Re-add folders that were removed and restart I'll tell you about the results! Thanks!
  5. Hi, I've been working on a little project lately. Basically I just run btsync with a configuration file. But if I kill the process and update the configuration file (adding / removing shared folders), I get errors when restarting: [20141217 01:46:09.646] SF[0087]: Loaded folder /sync2[20141217 01:46:09.646] Error while adding folder /sync2: Selected folder is already added to BitTorrent Sync.Before, I used to remove .SyncID, but apparently this file is not being used anymore. I now have a .sync folder in the shared folder containing: ArchiveIDIgnoreListStreamsListAnd another .sync folder in /usr/bin, containing: 8364B97367EEAC9418FB7B0FB1E45C80D1C92970.availability8364B97367EEAC9418FB7B0FB1E45C80D1C92970.dbhistory.dathistory.dat.oldsync.datsync.dat.oldsync.pidsettings.datsettings.dat.oldI tried to clean everything, removing both .sync folders. It works but it's then considered as a brand new peer as you can see: I would like to clean everything but keep the peer identity if possible. What files should I remove? Any other instructions I should follow? Thanks!