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  1. Backup function only exists on mobile apps AFAIK. But you could go to the Archive-folder on the RO-folder when it's deleted from a RW-node. The trash retention-period can be adjusted from its default of 30 days in Power Settings
  2. I can get as far as having Resilio see the usb-drive but I won't get below the root-folder. So no go. Maybe its the filsystem?
  3. Agree with @dualcells, just follow that article and it works. Remember to stop the service prior to anything with sudo systemctl stop / disable resilio-sync.. And after modifying the config, you re-enable it without sudoing, and adding the option --user. Just read the article carefully as there are similar configs on different places aswell as risk for typos. But it works as described
  4. No, there were no upload nor download, and I've never seen the Tb-unit. I did the same upgrade procedure on a laptop (without all those shares and there was no issue there). Im afraid I've disabled debug (FFFFFFFF0 in debug.txt,) and turning it on now wouldn't reveal anything i suppose
  5. Beware, i upgraded manually from 2.5.9 and my identity was lost after successful upgrade. had to join in my other ppers and re-index everything.
  6. Finally! Awesome additional features. Android app is a huge step forward too. Great work!
  7. As discussed here, if my Resilio config is compromised somehow, there's no way of revoking access for a specific peer/computer if I understand it right? I would really like to see a way to ban such machine. A revokation if that sort would (which I actually was in place) require ( machine ID + user ID ) = Peer ID. Probably a big change in how identities are built, but would it be possible in the futher? again, correct me if im wrong here.
  8. Thanks for clearing that out. I thought revocation was essential for an PKI-solution.
  9. @Lost Copter Quite interesting observation. Without knowing much about Sync's internals, when you're joining a machine with your identity you basically transfer at least the user certificate to that box, but I thought there were a machine certificate generated during join-process too. Unlink-process should then invalidate that machine cert so no other peer would accept it, sorta revocation. Any official comment on that?
  10. Posted here by mistake, should've been a separate thread.
  11. sync appends (1) by default, if the requested foldername already existed upon 'linkin'. To avoid re-seeding anything you simply remove those paranthesis manually in the add folder dialogue, and confirm when Sync warns you that it already exists. the older folder will not get overwritten if its the same share, it would only be rehashed as @GreatMarko mentioned.
  12. @GreatMarko Depending on size of share, that indexing could take some extensive time though, might be worth restoring storage folder if share is >2TB or so? running 5 disks through a usb3hub with Storage Spaces though, performance isnt exactly outstanding here... (haven't actually thought of restoring data folder myself)
  13. I think what I was trying to say there, was that installing a plugin is "sort of _like_ installing a standalone client. s/love/like... I don't like plugins in general but that discussion is OT :-)