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  1. I've been a happy user of RS for a couple of years. Recently I was travelling, knowing that my other computer was turned off. I stopped sync on my macbook. During that time I also had to reinstall node_modules for a project. node_modules is excluded from my syncs with the ignore file. Back home, I wanted to start syncing again, but resilio will not start on my macbook, with the logs below. I've upgraded to the latest version but that did not fix anything. What would be the next step?
  2. My MacOs client has got stuck at 9%, and I suspect this is making my computer start getting hot. What i can see in the UI is the following As far as I can see, all other syncing is complete, its the peer (nucdesktop) is not reporting any errors. What can i do. (I tried creating on nucdesktop in the directory that I suspected it was being looked for, but without being certain)
  3. I'm looking at the instructions for resilio-sync and trying to stop temporarily, this service (as it uses a port I need free for a project) It offers instructions for systemd and for 'sysvinit, upstart'. I'm not sure which to use, although I think it is systemd. In any event, neither sudo systemctl stop resilio-sync sudo service resilio-sync stop seem to stop resilio (the process remains running using ps aux). Which instructions should I follow? What command will actually stop the process, in such a way that I can restart again without having to reboot? (I tried `kil
  4. I needed to stop rslsync to run another server port 3838, and used `killall rslsync`. I then tried to restart it using `rslsync` and now find it asking me to start setting up again. As far as I can see, my .config/rslsync directory has not been changed in the meantime so hopefully everything is there, but I'm wondering how to get my data back and what is the better way of temporarily freeing up port 3838 However, rebooting the computer fixed everything again. What - then - is are commands to use to do this more elegantly without a reboot?
  5. I sync directories of code and added `node_modules` to my IgnoreList. That still leaves quite a few files, but sync is using 840Mb on an 8Gb machine. Anything else I can do?
  6. I use Sync to sync my ubuntu and a OSX development machines. As a result, I have a lot of directories with git data in and I have noticed that periodically (every 9 months lets say) I see issues on the OSX device with a file missing, which then prevents me using git on that machine. I seems to be a missing file with a random letter/number name. What can I do to get it to resync everything with the ubuntu machine that is still working and is my lead device? Ideally I would only sync this one .git directory and its sub-directories