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  1. what was the solution in the end? where is that ticket? I'm facing similar issues. Even when I have set the Resilio Syncing to paused, the energy impact stays at around 3. I've tried all the suggested settings but still the same
  2. I have the same error, [2018-10-19 07:48:16.585] FC[343A]: Check fs duplicates, fp: \\?\E:\Path\Of\File.txt (1 0), suffix: \\?\E:\Path\Of\File.txt (1 0) I have already renamed the file on both machines, still flooded by the same error Resilio Sync is stuck and after quitting the process still lingers around in the task manager. EDIT: OK I managed to "unstuck" it by the following steps: 1. disconnect the folder 2. quit resilio & kill process from task manager 3. start resilio and ensure that everything else synced again 4. delete .sync folder from the disconnected folder 5. rename the problematic file to different names on both machines ( I also renamed the parent folder, just to be sure= 6. reconnect the folder
  3. So this is my story ... I really needed some files from my archives because they accidentally got deleted on another device. So far so good, that's what sync archives are for right? WRONG: today, bit torrent sync for whatever reason just disconnected all of my folders on all of my devices. The bad thing about this is that for whatever reason bit torrent sync also deletes the archive when disconnecting a folder. Really guys this is a very bad decision and leads to data loss (especially when bit torrent itself disconnects the folder automatically because of some stupid bug!). It deleted very important files I have and this just destroyed ALL of the trust I put into bit torrent sync. You really should be more sensitive when deciding when to delete files from the archive folder. Also I really don't understand why you by default delete files out the archive older than 1 month. Really it should be 1 year at least.