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  1. Update: I found some *.db files in ~/Library/Application Support/Resilio Sync/ These seem to be SQLite databases and might contain what I am looking for, but I have trouble making sense out of these. Around the time the sync took place there are some files with long arbitrary names (like F1F128EC62BAAD3B0F77773F9752DE7F2B31205C.62315888.db) and one large file named storage.db – I think this is the index of all files synced. Is there some way to filter out what has been copied when? Or some general explanation somewhere what and how things are stored in there?
  2. It feels a bit stupid to ask this, but I really don't find an answer: Where can I find a log of all files synced/copied at a given time (mac-os)? I did find sync.log in ~/Application Support/Resilio Sync/, but this file does not contain the names of files copied... I had a corrupt database, so I removed the folder from sync (on both computers), deleted the .sync folders, and then added the folder anew. Everything seemed fine, but it turns out, the initial sync was not one-way (as expected), but it also copied all old files from the out-of-sync folder into my up-to-date one, which is now cluttered with old data and duplicates. Seriously, this is bad. How can I retrieve a list of the files which where copied from my out-of-sync folder to the one I started the sync from – so I can delete these manually? (Apart, I also would like to know why that happened – I did this very procedure often in the past, never a problem…) Thanks for help!
  3. just as this is the first thread showing up under resilio and mac os crash: i had a lot of problems syncing between mac and windows. what did it for me is to go into the (hidden) .sync folder in each synced directory (on mac and pc. also, you may want to quit resilio before doing so) and do the following: open Streamslist (eg. from terminal with nano) copy the three uncommented lines (something like kmduseritems, resourcefork and kmdfindercomment). comment them with a # in front, so they're ignored. save and close. open Ignorelist insert the three lines you just copied at the bottom, then save and close. afaik this is the macos specific stuff like eg. color labels. to my understanding theoretically resilio should be able to manage these, but it just causes a whole bunch of different problems in my experience and also persistent crashes. just for reference, in case some dev should want to look into this: resilio version is 2.6.4. what also might be a bit special in my case is, that i sync between external, ntfs-formated drives mounted through paragon ntfs on mac os.
  4. that did the trick, THANKS!! the entry was there but set to localhost
  5. i have exactly the same problem, followed all above meticulously but nothing helped. changed user as described in the official guideline. now sync is running with the default user (yay!) but gui is gone (boo!). this is what i get when i check as mentioned above - to be honest i do not really understand what it is saying though …: pi@raspberrypi:~ $ ps aux | grep rslsync pi 463 2.0 2.7 118732 10460 ? Ssl Nov28 0:03 /usr/bin/rslsync --config /home/pi/.config/resilio-sync/config.json pi 1255 0.0 0.5 7332 1892 pts/0 S+ 00:00 0:00 grep --color=auto rslsync pi@raspberrypi:~ $ sudo netstat -ano | grep 8888 tcp 0 0* LISTEN off (0.00/0/0) so… what's wrong and how can i change this? any help is greatly appreciated – thanks in advance!!
  6. thanks for the clarification! i deleted these weird files for now and will monitor if they appear again... nothing happened much so far though. again, thanks for your help and all the best! k
  7. hi helen, thanks for answering! at first, i was thinking the same but the second file is an alias so, once created, i would not know, what is "opening" that... also, is this pattern with a dot in front and a random extension a common way to label temp files? i came across temp files eg. named ~filename.tmp but the only thing i found in connection to the pattern i'm seeing was ransomware... is resilio creating temp files using this pattern? k
  8. +1. if this mini player would per default just play the next file in the folder once it's done with one track, it would already cover 80% of all needs. and i'm pretty sure this also would increase the user basis of sync quite a bit since really everybody is annoyed by itunes and this could be the way around it.
  9. hi everybody, not sure this is a resilio issue but since the problem involves duplicates, this is is the most likely i can think of... is it? i'm syncing a folder between windows 10 (ntfs) and mac os 10.13.2 (apfs) and i found some very weired file duplicates which share a name but add a dot at the start plus a six-digit random extension at the end. looks like this (below the originals, above the duplicates): 892707 24 -rwxr-xr-x@ 1 myusername staff 8704 Oct 4 22:49 .schlussel_02.xls.2DNKl1 934562 24 -rw-r--r--@ 1 myusername staff 8704 Oct 4 22:49 schlussel_02.xls 892704 8 -rwxr-xr-x@ 1 myusername staff 960 Jan 13 2017 .telecolumbus_alias.9b260v 934531 8 -rw-r--r-- 1 myusername staff 960 Jan 13 2017 telecolumbus_alias at first i thought i became the victim of some ransomware attack but these duplicates are not encrypted but (apart from name and permissions) exact duplicates. if i remove the additional parts of the name they open just fine. also i ran virus tools on the mac as well as the pc and nothing turned up. can these files be connected to something resilio does? or if not, does anyone happen to have any other lead what is happening here? thanks a lot for any help!! k