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  1. Same here. Still present ind 2.7.0.1366-1. Copy of my Bugreport: Dear Support, with my to resilio-sync_2.7.0.1366-1_amd64, rslsync introduced two new problems: Issue 1: It stopped to honor linux group permissions, reporting countless "cannot update timestamp" problems on files with absolutely proper permissions that had no issues with previous version. ### passwd rslsync:x:AAA:BBB:Bittorrent Sync:/home/btsync:/bin/false ### group rslsync:x:BBB:userA,userB,rslsync ### cat /etc/systemd/system/resilio-sync.service [Unit] Descri
  2. I opened a support ticket a few days ago and they might have already tackled the problem and found a solution at least for my version of the problem. If you plan to open your own ticket, you might want to reference #69062 to help them coordinate the support. But from my perspective, it looks like there will be an update / fix very soon(tm). Which btw would be exacty the expectation I have from a commercial software product: Support and fixes ;-)
  3. Update. Disk space limitations were definitely not the reason for those segfaults. With my new setup and and more than enough disk space, segfaulting+restarting continues. Maybe segfaulting is the reason for those db-wals not getting shrinked... canĀ“t really check this one. I manually restarted after moving the db directory to a large disk about the time of my last post. This is what happened about 8 hours later: [Di Nov 21 07:21:16 2017] rslsync[18626]: segfault at 14 ip 0000562ae6ad1423 sp 00007f87b1a0f470 error 4 in rslsync[562ae68a1000+851000] [Di Nov 21 07:31:11 2017] r
  4. I can confirm the problem - on a bigger scale. Debian system: Linux XXXX 4.13.0-1-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 4.13.4-2 (2017-10-15) x86_64 GNU/Linux, System is bare metal Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E3-1220L V2 on a Supermicro server board with 16G ECC RAM and low temp (cpu and disks) Resilio 2.5.9-1 (via deb package) on a paid License (should be home-pro) ~15 Folders between 5 nodes most files per share >100k largest folders ~5T (~50k files) Database cache (db-wal) grew >25G for one folder (with other growing >1G, even >10G at the same time). Finally even