ChrisSan2

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  1. Dear forum, I recently bought a Synology 220+ and a Resilio Sync Home Pro license. Synology 220+ works flawlessly (DSM 7.0). Resilio (2.7.2) works well on Mac, Windows, and iOS devices. However, when Resilio is running on the NAS, I get very annoying and undeterministic errors. Consider the following case: I want to sync a folder A with subfolders B,C,D I start with "chown -R rslsync:users A" to make sure that there are no access right problems When I add A to Resilio, I get the error "Folder Error 32795" However, when I add separately B,C,D, they all mostly work (only some files can't be accessed) How is that possible?? For B,C,D, the number of files that can't be accessed are: B 0 C 2 D 500 i am puzzled, because the files that can't be accessed all have the right permissions. most of them are ~10MB pdf files with simple names. I am very frustrated by this strange behaviour. I have no idea how to debug it. Any suggestions?
  2. Dear forum, I recently bought a Synology 220+ and a Resilio Sync Home Pro license. Synology 220+ works flawlessly (DSM 7.0). Resilio (2.7.2) works well on Mac, Windows, and iOS devices. However, when Resilio is running on the NAS, I get very annoying and undeterministic errors. Consider the following case: I want to sync a folder A with subfolders B,C,D I start with "chown -R rslsync:users A" to make sure that there are no access right problems When I add A to Resilio, I get the error "Folder Error 32795" However, when I add separately B,C,D, they all mostly work (only some files can't be accessed) How is that possible?? For B,C,D, the number of files that can't be accessed are: B: 0 😄 2 😧 500 i am puzzled, because the files that can't be accessed all have the right permissions. most of them are ~10MB pdf files with simple names. I am very frustrated by this strange behaviour. I have no idea how to debug it. Any suggestions?