I'm running the 1.4 Server unofficial package on 3 servers, and have ran in to a strange issue: Server A: all R/W syncs Server B: all R/O syncs Server C: all R/O syncs Server B and C are my read-only off-site backups. Recently I had a storage failure on Server C, and had to re-sync all of my Sync folders. the OS and therefore BTSync config was unaffected, only the mass-storage containing all the sync data. I fixed the storage, and since it was mapped to a new location, all the syncs on that node showed "Storage unavailable" (or 'path unavailable'? something like that). So I just removed the syncs from that node, then added them back in with the R/O keys from Server A. Back on Server A, the Peers list doesnt show the connection re-added from Server C (waited several hours). I thought maybe because it's the same server, and server A thinks it already has fully synced it, it's ignoring it for some reason. I went to Server A and did 'dpkg-reconfigure btsync' so I could run thru the settings, and I set the 'time to expire offline peers' to 0 days, so I would expire that failed Server C, then be able to just re-add, right? Things then went worse: Server A now shows no peers, even though Server B never went offline. I dpkg-reconfigure'ed again and set it back to 7 days, and peers are still all gone. On Server C, i do see it re-syncing from Server B, and it shows '2 of 2' peers, with both Server A and B listed. I can't figure out how to get Server A to see the peers again... not quite sure where I went wrong (although likely my setting the peer expiration to zero was bad).