Henner

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  1. Hello all, The situation i'm not certain about is a Linux pc with a remote share (SMB or NFS) mounted at, e.g., "/mnt/syncfolder/". This folder is synced by a locally running instance of Sync. If mounting the remote share fails in the first place or the share becomes unavailable at some point, the folder "/mnt/syncfolder/" still exists, but the contents will be different since it is no longer backed by the remote share but by a local disk. Typically the folder would then be empty. How will Sync behave in such a case? Will it somehow detect that the folder is not actua