Andy+

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  1. Maybe Its enough, just to delete the database (stop Resilio, delete database, Start Resilio).
  2. Which type you use? I have DS1815+, DS415+, DS412+ all also with such CPU type. Important is also the volume to sync. Each file, each folder needs 0,8-1 kB of RAM to manage that. In my Synologys with 16 GB of RAM I manage with Resilio round about 1.200.000 files, 90.000 folders, 2,4 TB of Data. This means approx. 1 GB of RAM, in reality its 1,04 GB. So, maybe is to much of all on your Synology.
  3. The user "root" is the root user on every Linux system and thus a standard user, which is usually not visible. Octal is a mathematical expression for certain types of numbers. In Linux there is the rwx system for the permissions and every file and every directory is provided with it. The number 7 means rwx and the number 777 means rwxrwxrwx, so full permissions for everyone in this case. 000 would therefore be - - - - - - - - -. Further details can be found on the Internet. What I am suggesting here is one of my methods of dealing with such situations. Of course, it can also be resol
  4. If such peer only visible or also connected at other devices? If yes, this would be not normal.
  5. I also, and I also hope the staff (@Helen, @RomanZ, @Daria, etc.) of Resilio have realized, that DSM 7 is not only a update, it needs more deply modifications in the software. I think, nearly end of 2020 we get a beta of DSM 7 so in my opinion summer 2021 or later we have the final release of DSM 7.
  6. No, the license is general, regardless of identities. Master identities can be deleted and recreated and also transferred to other devices using the link function. Of course, this means that everything has to be set up again, as the peers are also linked to identities. If orphan device identities exist, if you know, which one is not in use, they can be deleted in the same way as the databases, since these orphans can also lead to errors. To be completely sure, it is better to create new identities that are then re-linked.
  7. At the end is only to delete such folders manually.
  8. If you are sure that the data are synchronized on the devices, I would stop Resilio on the respective device, delete the database (all files in the SynUserxxxxxxxxxx directory that end with *.db and *.db-wal) and then Resilio start again. It has already proven to be good for me to do this on all devices at the same time. If the Pro version is in use and identities are used, it might also be helpful to recreate the master identity, since orphaned or duplicate identities sometimes accumulate there, which can cause disruptions. Unfortunately, these identities can only be hidden via the GUI,
  9. Better is to have on both sides the IgnoreList. As editor I use Notepad++, but also you can use similar editors. Simply open the file IgnoreList you find in each .sync folder and write line per line your excludions, e.g.: # Resilio + Syncthing .stglobalignore # IgnoreList is a UTF-8 encoded .txt file that helps you specify single files, paths and rules # for ignoring during the synchronization job. It supports "?" and "*" wildcard symbols. # # ? substitutes any single character in a filename # * substitutes a string of several (any number) characters in a filename # a/**/b ignore betwe
  10. Thats true. But is fact, used scripts with # at the beginning of lines are ignored from the software or user, which use that script, here is IgnoreList used by Resilio. It means: # bullshit | is ignored #bullshit | is ignored bullshit | is not ignored
  11. Between v2.6.2 from Nov. 2018 and v2.7.2 from Jul. 2020 are a lot of new technology and updates. Maybe there is a confusion between that versions, since v2.7.0 there are also some structural news in the software. Maybe check your .sync/Archiv about deleted and archived files on both sides.
  12. A re-install is not needed. In the moment you use the free version and if you buy a license you have a good benefit from. Store the license on the related device, wnet in the Resilio GUI above right to the settings and then to the License tab. In the filemanager went to the stored license and confirm.
  13. Maybe you have some hidden files or some time problematic files like thumbs.db is transfered from Windows etc. which brake a complete deleting. So for such files are a Ignore List is needed.
  14. In the Linux world it is standard that script lines with # at the beginning is a character for commenting out. Everything that follows a # is at most a comment, nothing else. And it doesn't matter whether there is a space after it or not. Sometimes // are also used, but this is not common. # are not errors, but give the user the choice, e.g. activate or deactivate a parameter etc. More about the IgnoreList here https://help.resilio.com/hc/en-us/articles/205458165-Ignoring-files-in-Sync-Ignore-List-
  15. Usually its a permission problem. Mainly Resilio is not able to manage the file.
  16. This is one of the biggest disadvantages of this software, but also of its biggest competitor, Syncthing. However, since I have Synology servers, I use ownCloud or Synology Drive for sharing links. This means with this is no installation of software required. I can live very well with this solution. I have with Resilio and Syncthing software for all platforms and because of the P2P technology I have very fast data exchange directly to the next device.
  17. At the end maybe is the best, to delete the complet Identity. On a Windows 10 computer you find it C:\Users\>USERNAME<\AppData\Roaming\Resilio Sync Service\.SyncUserXXXXXXXXXX\identity.dat But I think, in the follow you must reconnect all the devices and peers, but Im not sure about that.
  18. Normally you can see over the GUI, but this is not available on your NAS. So I only can speak about Synology and is /volume1/@appstore/resiliosync/var/sync.log
  19. Doe you analyse any logs and other files? Doe you have enough space on storage and also enough RAM? How much peers you have with which no. of files and folders? Because it seems that Resilio starts normal, but doesnt run continously because of other reasons. Fragments means, after de-installation there are maybe a rest of any files from Resilio, you delete manually.
  20. If you user the "camera" peer of the Android APP, its a one way solution to a client, here your NAS. Its better to implement that as a normal peer as two way sync.
  21. Thats fine. Otherwise maybe reboot your NAS. If that also not help, maybe uninstall Resilio and search afterwards for all fragments to delete. Then reboot and try a very new installation.
  22. You have also updated Resilio? https://help.resilio.com/hc/en-us/articles/206178964-QNAP