myradon

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  1. I've updated Resilio on both Macs to 2.5.6(1034) and 1 Arch Linux NAS also to 2.5.6(1034). Systems don't hang anymore cause of crazy CPU-times. Also Predefined host option are available but somehow in some sync-folders they got deleted. I didn't remove them for sure! 1 folder the progress "0% - a few seconds " is gone. 1 is still showing "0% - a few seconds ". On Arch linux last transfer is juli 03 and connected Mac is today. That's a bit odd.
  2. On the Arch machine (2.5.5.1030) something is off with adding Predefined hosts. I add host and port then click on add. Nothing! field underneath stays empty. Tried next folder same, next same, next same "No predefined host". Open first folder 6 times the same predefined host. So I deleted 5 and closed. When I open Preferences all predefines hosts are gone! WTF?! There should be 1. Actually all these predefined hosts were configured on version 2.4.x One specific folder keeps showing Progress "0% a few seconds" on my Macbook and Arch linux. I now this folder hasn't been add new or modified
  3. I've got 2 Nasses; 1 is running Ubuntu 16.04 LTS with your Repository and 1 is running Arch Linux with Resilio through AUR. Somehow on both mac's Resilio Sync slows down system that much my keyboard doesn't respond. When I force Quit Resilio in Activity Monitor I can type again. Resilio also shows beachball on both my systems. Here is a screenshot after I forced quit Resilio and started;
  4. Just to be certain; do you access webpage on same machine? Default only localhost is possible. If you want to access from othe systems just change listening to 0.0.0.0 (or IP of networkcard) in config.
  5. When you add a folder Resilio provides the name of the your syncing with. When that folder already exist it suffix a (1) ,(2) and so on. you van manually select a folder you want to sync with. When you select a existing folder Resilio gives a warning like¨ this folder is not empty do you like to continue?¨ you just click yes and are good to go. I Sync my Downloads folder between 2 macs and also Desktop. It works no problem.
  6. My systems are suffering from Major performance- and sync-problems! I've got 2 macOS systems and 2 NASses running first on 2.5.4 and now on 2.5.5 (just upgraded today). The App in macOS just stalls system; Activity monitor gives a lot of times; CPU over 100% and Not Responding. systems have problem with syncing with each other. Arch Linux NAS on my office has been offline for days but is actually running. Now in the office it syncs. Webpage of both Linux systems are terribly slow for a while and then they are fine and back again. This is output of Arch Linux system after restarting;
  7. Hi, I would love to see a feature where sync let me assign folders on external disk. When external devices isn't mounted no problem it will not sync. And when device is mounted it will start syncing. Use Case: I've got a Macbook Pro with only 512GB SSD. I've got a external USB-drive. It would be nice when this USB-disk is mounted my Mac will start Syncing with Linux NASses. And a bonus would be this sync-folder on external devices has a different visual identifier aka icon, so it's easy to recognise. When USB-disk is not attached it is in greyed-out state.
  8. My findings copied from PM; I've untared file x64 by the way cause I'm running x86_64, copied btsync-binary to /usr/bin/ add "disable_mount_check" : true to btsync.conf output; [raymond@nas ~]$ systemctl --user status btsync * btsync.service - Bittorent Sync per-user service Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/user/btsync.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled) Active: active (running) since Wed 2016-08-03 17:16:04 UTC; 8min ago Process: 894 ExecStart=/usr/bin/btsync --config %h/.config/btsync/btsync.conf (code=exited, status=0/S Main PID: 896 (btsync) C
  9. @helen and/or @RomanZ could you PM me about possible fix. This grinding noise from NAS is making me crazy.
  10. Ha, Both of my Arch-linux systems are suffering from insane disc-activity. First I though "Well upgrade maybe new type of indexing" Today it's disc-grinding activity well passed 2 weeks!!!!! [raymond@nas ~]$ iostat 1 10 Linux 4.6.3-1-ARCH (nas) 07/24/16 _x86_64_ (2 CPU) avg-cpu: %user %nice %system %iowait %steal %idle 6.83 0.00 2.26 29.39 0.00 61.52 Device: tps kB_read/s kB_wrtn/s kB_read kB_wrtn sda 0.90 1.33 42.78 1310639 42185341 sdb 65.26 0.41 879.90 401267 867621
  11. It has to do with key's and 1.4 to 2.0 upgrades. I've completely removed BT Sync from my Macbook and used the generated identity from Arch Linux And booom directly connected. I've completely deleted BT Sync with Appcleaner on my other OSX System used the Arch linux Identity key and also directly connected. So it seems to me BTSync 2.0 doesn't like 1.4 identity key/ upgraded identity key.
  12. I know it is laziness and, well, people can see which files I sync... whatever.
  13. Mac OSX; mercury:~ raymond$ cat ~/Library/Application\ Support/BitTorrent\ Sync/debug.txtFFFFFFFF0Arch Linux; [raymond@htpc ~]$ cat /home/btsync_storage/debug.txtFFFFFFFF0These logfiles are huge! I've uploaded them to a webserver Logfile OSX: https://www.myradon.nl/misc/sync-osx-081415.log Logfile Arch Linux: https://www.myradon.nl/misc/sync-arch-linux-081415.log Arch Linux has IP 192.168.130.133 and OSX has got 192.168.130.130. I think I've changed Btsync 1.4 to 2.1 on Arch august 12. So most of the part on OSX-log isn't applicable.