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  1. My systems are suffering from Major performance- and sync-problems! I've got 2 macOS systems and 2 NASses running first on 2.5.4 and now on 2.5.5 (just upgraded today). The App in macOS just stalls system; Activity monitor gives a lot of times; CPU over 100% and Not Responding. systems have problem with syncing with each other. Arch Linux NAS on my office has been offline for days but is actually running. Now in the office it syncs. Webpage of both Linux systems are terribly slow for a while and then they are fine and back again. This is output of Arch Linux system after restarting; * rslsync.service - Resilio Sync per-user service Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/user/rslsync.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled) Active: active (running) since Sat 2017-07-08 16:14:49 CEST; 19min ago Main PID: 280 (rslsync) CGroup: /user.slice/user-1000.slice/user@1000.service/rslsync.service `-280 /usr/bin/rslsync --nodaemon --config /home/raymond/.config/rslsync/rslsync.conf Jul 08 16:34:31 nas rslsync[280]: [20170708 16:34:31.456] D! 21ReverseHTTPConnection::set_error[0x00007f89e6969270][56] 103 (EOF) Jul 08 16:34:31 nas rslsync[280]: [20170708 16:34:31.458] D! 21ReverseHTTPConnection::set_error[0x00007f89e6c3cd60][67] 103 (EOF) Jul 08 16:34:31 nas rslsync[280]: [20170708 16:34:31.463] D! 21ReverseHTTPConnection::set_error[0x00007f89e6c3cd60][55] 103 (EOF) Jul 08 16:34:31 nas rslsync[280]: [20170708 16:34:31.483] D! 17TrackerConnection::set_error[0x00007f89e69877a0][16] 104 (Connectio Jul 08 16:34:31 nas rslsync[280]: [20170708 16:34:31.483] D! 17TrackerConnection::set_error[0x00007f89e697a5f0][17] 104 (Connectio Jul 08 16:34:31 nas rslsync[280]: [20170708 16:34:31.484] D! 17TrackerConnection::set_error[0x00007f89e69648f0][116] 104 (Connecti Jul 08 16:34:31 nas rslsync[280]: [20170708 16:34:31.538] D! 21ReverseHTTPConnection::set_error[0x00007f89e6c04cd0][16] 103 (EOF) Jul 08 16:34:31 nas rslsync[280]: [20170708 16:34:31.538] D! 21ReverseHTTPConnection::set_error[0x00007f89e6c050c0][17] 103 (EOF) Jul 08 16:34:31 nas rslsync[280]: [20170708 16:34:31.920] D! 21ReverseHTTPConnection::set_error[0x00007f89e6c3cd60][56] 103 (EOF) Jul 08 16:34:31 nas rslsync[280]: [20170708 16:34:31.925] ZIP: Can't locate [css/style.css] in zip, error -100. and after a while; * rslsync.service - Resilio Sync per-user service Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/user/rslsync.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled) Active: active (running) since Sat 2017-07-08 16:39:06 CEST; 1h 31min ago Main PID: 444 (rslsync) CGroup: /user.slice/user-1000.slice/user@1000.service/rslsync.service `-444 /usr/bin/rslsync --nodaemon --config /home/raymond/.config/rslsync/rslsync.conf Jul 08 18:10:10 nas rslsync[444]: [20170708 18:10:10.361] D! 10SyncTcpReq[0x00007f1d4d634400]: EOF - error: 103 (application protocol level timeout) Jul 08 18:10:10 nas rslsync[444]: [20170708 18:10:10.361] D! 10SyncTcpReq::set_error[0x00007f1d4d634780][-1] 103 (application protocol level timeout) Jul 08 18:10:10 nas rslsync[444]: [20170708 18:10:10.361] D! 10SyncTcpReq[0x00007f1d4d634780]: EOF - error: 103 (application protocol level timeout) Jul 08 18:10:10 nas rslsync[444]: [20170708 18:10:10.361] D! 10SyncTcpReq::set_error[0x00007f1d4ea9d5e0][-1] 103 (application protocol level timeout) Jul 08 18:10:10 nas rslsync[444]: [20170708 18:10:10.361] D! 10SyncTcpReq[0x00007f1d4ea9d5e0]: EOF - error: 103 (application protocol level timeout) Jul 08 18:10:10 nas rslsync[444]: [20170708 18:10:10.562] D! 10SyncTcpReq[0x00007f1d4ea9d8a0]: EOF - error: 0 (Success) Jul 08 18:10:11 nas rslsync[444]: [20170708 18:10:11.952] D! 10SyncTcpReq[0x00007f1d4d1047a0]: EOF - error: 0 (Success) Jul 08 18:10:12 nas rslsync[444]: [20170708 18:10:12.240] D! 21ReverseHTTPConnection::set_error[0x00007f1d4d1434b0][86] 103 (EOF) Jul 08 18:10:12 nas rslsync[444]: [20170708 18:10:12.343] D! 10SyncTcpReq::set_error[0x00007f1d4c401aa0][-1] 103 (application protocol level timeout) Jul 08 18:10:12 nas rslsync[444]: [20170708 18:10:12.343] D! 10SyncTcpReq[0x00007f1d4c401aa0]: EOF - error: 103 (application protocol level timeout) I'm so annoyed this is my third major problem with Btsync/ Resilio on about 3 years.
  2. I am having Kubuntu 14.4. When I try to add a folder via a key, I get the Status "Database error". Reading the article "Unknown error (Database error)" did not help. I added the relevant log lines and the configs I use. I changed the beginning of resilio-sync to DAEMON=/usr/bin/rslsync SYNC_USER=myuser CONFIG=/etc/resilio-sync/config.json Can you help?
  3. I installed resillio in linux (running feren OS 2017.) following the intructions given in help page https://www.linuxbabe.com/ubuntu/install-resilio-sync-ubuntu-16-04-16-10 It was successful and much more simplified. I almost synced 98% of all my files. My laptop ran out of battery and I had to restart my session. But when I tried to log back in to the webUI,my password and username was not accepted. I am 1000% sure my password was correct and I even verified it as my browser saved it. I tried many other combinations like default password (googled it for resilio),none worked. So I removed it and purged all the config files,deleted all the .sync files...logged out and logged back in....restarted laptop...but every time I install it,even without giving password (for the new installation),it asks again and I cant access webUI. I tried to edit config file but nothing worked...I deleted the settings.old thing as I found in the help page here....none worked....it is repeatedly asking for username and password which first of all I correctly giving and even in new installation after completely removing it,still asking again and again....what can I do? It took 6 hours for me to get to this...I am very new to linux...sorry for my bad english... Pls note that the very first intallation was successful and everything kept running well....I am using resilio in android and windows for a very long time....just hopped into linux and finding it buggy...
  4. I wanted to get Sync working on my Raspberry Pi, and used this guide to help me: https://www.resilio.com/blog/sync-wd-raspberry-pi I was able to get the web Gui to work so I could access the sync with Windows, but it wouldn't grant me access to any of the folders I wanted to sync. Using a different guide on this forum, I edited my config file to be this: { "listening_port" : 0, "storage_path" : "/home/pi/data/.syncsystem", "pid_file" : "/home/pi/data/.syncsystem/btsync.pid", "use_upnp" : true, "download_limit" : 0, "upload_limit" : 0, "delete_folder_from_disk" : true, "folder_defaults.delete_to_trash" : true, "webui" : { "directory_root" : [ "/home/pi/share", "shares" ] "listen" : "0.0.0.0:8888", }, "vendor" : "PiDrive", "display_new_version": false } After a reload, the web gui was gone, and this showed up instead: I reinstalled the btsync service, deleted it (and installed again), rebooted several times, and tried to play around with the config, and I could never get back to the web gui that I had originally. It seems not even the Raspberry Pi itself can reach it, and I wonder if it's even on. I'm still fairly new to the Pi, if anybody have any suggestions to solve this, let me know.
  5. Hello Can this be installed on a PineA64? I'm running Debian Linux Jessie with Mate. https://www.pine64.org/ tx
  6. I'm on a Raspberry Pi 1B and this is what I get. $apt-get install resilio-sync .... Setting up resilio-sync (2.4.4-1) ... Job for resilio-sync.service failed. See 'systemctl status resilio-sync.service' and 'journalctl -xn' for details. invoke-rc.d: initscript resilio-sync, action "start" failed. dpkg: error processing package resilio-sync (--configure): subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1 Errors were encountered while processing: resilio-sync E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1) :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: $sudo systemctl status resilio-sync.service ‚óŹ resilio-sync.service - Resilio Sync service Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/resilio-sync.service; enabled) Active: failed (Result: start-limit) since Fri 2016-12-16 00:47:27 PST; 5min ago Docs: http://help.getsync.com/ Dec 16 00:47:27 RPi1B systemd[1]: Unit resilio-sync.service entered failed state. Dec 16 00:47:27 RPi1B systemd[1]: resilio-sync.service holdoff time over, scheduling restart. Dec 16 00:47:27 RPi1B systemd[1]: Stopping Resilio Sync service... Dec 16 00:47:27 RPi1B systemd[1]: Starting Resilio Sync service... Dec 16 00:47:27 RPi1B systemd[1]: resilio-sync.service start request repeated too quickly, refusing to start. Dec 16 00:47:27 RPi1B systemd[1]: Failed to start Resilio Sync service. Dec 16 00:47:28 RPi1B systemd[1]: Unit resilio-sync.service entered failed state. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: $ sudo journalctl -xn -- Logs begin at Thu 2016-12-15 19:47:48 PST, end at Fri 2016-12-16 00:51:18 PST. -- Dec 16 00:47:27 RPi1B systemd[1]: Failed to start Resilio Sync service. -- Subject: Unit resilio-sync.service has failed -- Defined-By: systemd -- Support: http://lists.freedesktop.org/mailman/listinfo/systemd-devel -- -- Unit resilio-sync.service has failed. -- -- The result is failed. Dec 16 00:47:28 RPi1B systemd[1]: Unit resilio-sync.service entered failed state. Dec 16 00:47:31 RPi1B sudo[4538]: pi : TTY=pts/0 ; PWD=/etc/init.d ; USER=root ; COMMAND=/usr/bin/dpkg --configure resilio-sync Dec 16 00:47:31 RPi1B sudo[4538]: pam_unix(sudo:session): session opened for user root by pi(uid=0) Dec 16 00:47:32 RPi1B systemd[1]: Reloading. Dec 16 00:47:33 RPi1B systemd[1]: Reloading. Dec 16 00:47:34 RPi1B sudo[4538]: pam_unix(sudo:session): session closed for user root Dec 16 00:47:34 RPi1B systemd[1]: Failed to send queued message: Transport endpoint is not connected Dec 16 00:51:18 RPi1B sudo[4614]: pi : TTY=pts/0 ; PWD=/etc/init.d ; USER=root ; COMMAND=/bin/journalctl -xn Dec 16 00:51:18 RPi1B sudo[4614]: pam_unix(sudo:session): session opened for user root by pi(uid=0) :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: $sudo dpkg --configure resilio-sync Setting up resilio-sync (2.4.4-1) ... Job for resilio-sync.service failed. See 'systemctl status resilio-sync.service' and 'journalctl -xn' for details. invoke-rc.d: initscript resilio-sync, action "start" failed. dpkg: error processing package resilio-sync (--configure): subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1 Errors were encountered while processing: resilio-sync :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: I also get this error: $systemctl --user enable resilio-sync Failed to get D-Bus connection: No such file or directory Any idea what's going wrong?
  7. I'm trying to sync between two ubuntu computers. Sometimes I drop a directory into the sync folder, and it shows up on the other computer (yay!), but I can't write to it b/c the normal user isn't in the file access control list. The only user with file access control is the rslsync user under which Relisio is running. So I have to run setfacl every time a new directory is copied over. This can't be an unusual problem. Can anyone suggest a work-around?
  8. Hi, when I start rslsync I get the error: Can't lock pid file. It seems Resilio Sync is already running with pid NNNNN I suppose that rslsync either crashed or was killed and the pid file was not deleted. Now it is blocking any new instance of rslsync. Where is the pid file that I can delete it manually? Thanks!
  9. hi Is there a way to set the niceness of resilio-sync? If i recall correctly this was a parameter available during the btsync CLI setup process. How do i set in resilio-sync please? OS = OSMC Cheers, Geoff
  10. Here's my setup: Main computer: Windows 10, only one internal HDD Second computer: Linux Mint, one internal HDD for the system, one external usb hdd for all my documents/files/folders I'm syncing some folders from the main computer to the external hdd on the second computer. It's a read and write situation on both. It worked flawlessly for over a year. But since the last Resilio update it stopped. I can't access the external HDD on the second computer via Resilio anymore. So I can't add folder, I can't sync anything. When I try to add the folder, I navigate to the the external hdd, but it never appears, no matter how long I wait. (see picture) Otherwise, this external hdd works well and is accessible via the file explorer of the system. Nothing has changed, apart from the resilio update... Tried and tried to resolve this, but no luck, and I didnt find anything on this forum or on the web to help me. Any ideas???
  11. I followed the guide here https://help.getsync.com/hc/en-us/articles/211928186-Upgrade-on-dekstops-BitTorrent-Sync-Resilio-Sync- on how to migrate an older btsync setup to resilio. I download the Binary and extract it, I Place it in my Home------>----->Bin directory. Next to the btsync Binary. I first run Killall btsync to stop the process. This works fine. I then run systemctl start rslsync. Sometimes this works, other times it does not. If it does work. I run Systemctl enable rslsync. I then check the status with systemctl status rslsync. The status comes back with an error of 1 and then exits. If I try to install from AUR with Yaourt the package installs fine but the process has the same error as when I try to launch it manually. If there is something I am missing, please let me know. If I rename the new binary to btsync. It will run correctly but then it thinks it is a new user and wants a new user name and can not find the old file paths. I will post a screen shot of the error at a later point today.
  12. Hi, there's a small but annoying problem with your repository that blocks our automated installs on Ubuntu 16.04 (LTE); Error:9 http://linux-packages.resilio.com/resilio-sync/deb xenial Release 403 Forbidden [IP: 54.230.230.178 80] Old:10 https://repo.skype.com/deb stable InRelease Reading Package Lists... Done E: The repository 'http://linux-packages.resilio.com/resilio-sync/deb xenial Release' does not have a Release file. N: Updating from such a repository can't be done securely, and is therefore disabled by default. N: See apt-secure(8) manpage for repository creation and user configuration details. I have no experience with creating repo's so can't be of much help here, but would be very glad if this was corrected. Also, in you debian/ubuntu install instructions you can replace 'manual' adding of repository with apt-add-repository makes it slightly more user friendly Thanks for your great work!
  13. Hi, on my Linux install of BTSync, in my phone camera backup directory most of the files are in the .sync/Archive directory. What is this for and why are they in there? Thanks, Jamie
  14. Hello, I've run into this problem already a couple of times: whenever I re-install a machine (running on Debian or Ubuntu), I first backup all the keys, then re-add all the folder after installation. Kind of tedious, given the fact that the data storage has not changed... I thought, it would be enough to backup /etc/resilio-sync/ /var/lib/resilio-sync/ ... and copy these folders back after re-installation Resilio Sync. Unfortunately, I'm greeted with the first-time installation dialog asking me to create a new user for the web-ui, which indeed does create a new .SyncUserXXXXXXXXXX in /var/lib/resilio-sync/ . I've been really scratching my head on how to just let Resilio Sync pick up the existing profile? Why doesn't it recognize the existing profile and wants to create a new one? I'm aware of this thread, but it didn't help or I didn't understand how it would apply to my situation. Thanks! Additional information: I've not changed any standard storage paths, i.e. /etc/resilio-sync/config.json points to: "storage_path" : "/var/lib/resilio-sync/",
  15. I recently ran a yum update on my computer running resilio sync and after a reboot noticed that all the settings were gone. Additionally, it could no longer load the folder list from where my folders are in the WebUI. I am unsure how to resolve this issue or how to roll-back to a previous version.
  16. When I updated from 2.2 to 2.3 I lost all my settings (login, list of synced folders,etc...) I thought that I misread the update warnings and went ahead and reset my account and all my folders. But now each time I restart my machine, all btsync settings are lost again. This did not occur after the updates of my mac and windows machines. I have updated to the latest 2.3.3 but the problem is the same. I have not changed any file permissions in my sync install folder and they seem to be fine. I am using using linux mint 17 - 64 bit. I have been using btsync since the early beta version, love it and a lot of my work is now dependent on it. Some help will be greatly appreciated!
  17. Update: Never mind, i figured it out. I just deleted the folder i was trying to select as the target and re-created it from the PI and it worked fine. Must have been some weird permissions thing with mapping an NFS share from a windows server to a Linux client or something sync didn't like about it OK, so I'm having issues getting sync to write into a mounted NFS share on Linux. first some background: there are 3 machines involved. 2 windows servers (one is 2016, the other 2008) 1 Raspberry PI The Server 2016 server is a host on my network and is my main file server and database server The Raspberry PI is a host on my network in the DMZ and is the one running sync The Server 2008 server is a VPS that has files i want to back up from semi-regularly and is also running sync my issue is that if i expose an NFS share on the Server 2016 box, then mount it on the Pi, i can write to said share with any user (even running sudo -u nobody touch /mnt/VPS-backup/test.text works absolutly fine), however sync reports that i don't have permissions to write to said folder when i try to add a manual connection. So I'm wondering, is this kind of thing not possible with sync (ignoring the obvious issue that if sync starts and the NFS share isn't mounted, it may just assume the folder is empty and sync the VPS server accordingly, which is fine because a script copy's the files to be backed up into a temporary folder which is synced) or am i missing something?
  18. This is regarding the Installing Sync Package On Linux guide, the following section: In what case would I want to do sudo systemctl enable resilio-sync vs systemctl --user enable resilio-sync I don't understand what the advantage over the other is and what is supposed to be "best practice"? And am I supposed to run sudo systemctl enable resilio-sync as the user rslsync or as root? Thanks for any clarifications?
  19. I have Sync 2.3.8 running on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (64 bit), backing up files from my Android phone to an external hard drive (file system is NTFS). Only 2 directories are being synced, and there are only 500 or so files total. Sync is constantly using 25% or more of my CPU, and if I go to the gui screen both folders constantly show they are indexing. The debug logs are filling up rapidly, and there's 2.4 GB of files in the log directory. It's creating a new sync.log file every six or seven minutes, with hundreds of new lines being created every second. There are also several journal files which look like they contain similar information to the sync.log. Any suggestions? It's seriously impacting the performance of my system, and while I love having my photos automatically moved it's not worth it to have this running so inefficiently. Here's a sample of the sync.log: [20160713 22:24:10.582] JOURNAL[B03D]: assign file_id 2065:153054 to entry with path "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160504_185951.mp4" [20160713 22:24:10.582] [OnNotifyFileChange] "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160504_185951.mp4" [20160713 22:24:10.582] JOURNAL[B03D]: remote entry job complete for entry "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160504_185951.mp4" [20160713 22:24:10.582] JOURNAL[B03D]: { "dl_failed": false, "file_hash": "353F85EDBDCDB20C10380D163D83E71B41B1C1CC", "file_id": "2065:153054", "fs_error": false, "have_pieces": 931, "ignored": false, "info_hash": "A9CDCE81A6A64DD49EE95A4ECDCEE7C31BBB44EE", "invalidated": false, "link_content": "", "locked": false, "mtime": 1462402791, "name_on_disk": "VID_20160504_185951.mp4", "otime": 204, "owner": "11826B1AC930F4A97EE4BE6A55D5C2B5EEB0BBB6", "path": "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160504_185951.mp4", "perm": 420, "ph_ext": ".bts", "placeholder": false, "pvi": "pvi[NULL]", "selected_for_dl": true, "size": 30483883, "state": 1, "time": 1462402791, "total_pieces": 931, "type": 1 } [20160713 22:24:10.673] JOURNAL[B03D]: tf completed for "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160507_130532.mp4" - avg hash speed: <unknown> [20160713 22:24:10.673] Update have pieces for entry "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160507_130532.mp4", was: 0, now: 934 [20160713 22:24:10.674] Set new pvinfo for file "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160507_130532.mp4" = pvi[type:1 s:30598379 mt:1462669913 h:13ADB05B9DEB5A193605AE63AE1A44446E56EE7C] [20160713 22:24:10.674] Update have pieces for entry "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160507_130532.mp4", was: 934, now: 0 [20160713 22:24:10.674] JOURNAL[B03D]: set fs error for entry "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160507_130532.mp4", type 1, will be recreated (R/O) [20160713 22:24:10.674] JOURNAL[B03D]: will recreate entry "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160507_130532.mp4", type 1 [20160713 22:24:10.674] JOURNAL[B03D]: Setup entry job "FileEntryJob" for path "Camera/VID_20160507_130532.mp4", next state is "PERFORM", queue size 0 1 37 [20160713 22:24:10.674] JOURNAL[B03D]: file entry job for path "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160507_130532.mp4" [20160713 22:24:10.674] JOURNAL[B03D]: { "dl_failed": false, "file_hash": "13ADB05B9DEB5A193605AE63AE1A44446E56EE7C", "file_id": "2065:153002", "fs_error": true, "have_pieces": 0, "ignored": false, "info_hash": "AA8040C1336263C89C01260E0087F9ECAAD23FEF", "invalidated": false, "link_content": "", "locked": false, "mtime": 1462640732, "name_on_disk": "VID_20160507_130532.mp4", "otime": 205, "owner": "11826B1AC930F4A97EE4BE6A55D5C2B5EEB0BBB6", "path": "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160507_130532.mp4", "perm": 420, "ph_ext": ".bts", "placeholder": false, "pvi": "pvi[type:1 s:30598379 mt:1462669913 h:13ADB05B9DEB5A193605AE63AE1A44446E56EE7C]", "selected_for_dl": true, "size": 30598379, "state": 1, "time": 1462640732, "total_pieces": 934, "type": 1 } [20160713 22:24:10.674] JOURNAL[B03D]: entry "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160507_130532.mp4" has state CREATED, current/desired entry type: 1/1 [20160713 22:24:10.674] JOURNAL[B03D]: writing new attributes to file "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160507_130532.mp4" [20160713 22:24:10.674] SyncFileEntry: writing file attributes to file "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160507_130532.mp4", mt:1462640732 [20160713 22:24:10.674] SyncFileEntry: Failed to write attributes for file /media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160507_130532.mp4 - 1 [20160713 22:24:10.674] SyncFileEntry: Can't set file attributes 0 for file /media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160507_130532.mp4 - 1 [20160713 22:24:10.674] Set new pvinfo for file "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160507_130532.mp4" = pvi[NULL] (reset) [20160713 22:24:10.674] Finished downloading file "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160507_130532.mp4" [20160713 22:24:10.674] Set new pvinfo for file "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160507_130532.mp4" = pvi[NULL] [20160713 22:24:10.674] Set new pvinfo for file "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160507_130532.mp4" = pvi[NULL] (reset) [20160713 22:24:10.674] JOURNAL[B03D]: erase file_id 2065:153002 assigned to entry with path "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160507_130532.mp4" [20160713 22:24:10.674] JOURNAL[B03D]: assign file_id 2065:153002 to entry with path "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160507_130532.mp4" [20160713 22:24:10.674] [OnNotifyFileChange] "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160507_130532.mp4" [20160713 22:24:10.674] JOURNAL[B03D]: remote entry job complete for entry "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160507_130532.mp4" [20160713 22:24:10.674] JOURNAL[B03D]: { "dl_failed": false, "file_hash": "13ADB05B9DEB5A193605AE63AE1A44446E56EE7C", "file_id": "2065:153002", "fs_error": false, "have_pieces": 934, "ignored": false, "info_hash": "AA8040C1336263C89C01260E0087F9ECAAD23FEF", "invalidated": false, "link_content": "", "locked": false, "mtime": 1462640732, "name_on_disk": "VID_20160507_130532.mp4", "otime": 205, "owner": "11826B1AC930F4A97EE4BE6A55D5C2B5EEB0BBB6", "path": "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160507_130532.mp4", "perm": 420, "ph_ext": ".bts", "placeholder": false, "pvi": "pvi[NULL]", "selected_for_dl": true, "size": 30598379, "state": 1, "time": 1462640732, "total_pieces": 934, "type": 1 } [20160713 22:24:10.825] JOURNAL[B03D]: tf completed for "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160523_191445.mp4" - avg hash speed: <unknown> [20160713 22:24:10.826] Update have pieces for entry "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160523_191445.mp4", was: 0, now: 787 [20160713 22:24:10.826] Set new pvinfo for file "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160523_191445.mp4" = pvi[type:1 s:51515631 mt:1464175189 h:F19D7715056A4F6F819C7FEAD7C0C3FD9EBE44BD] [20160713 22:24:10.826] Update have pieces for entry "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160523_191445.mp4", was: 787, now: 0 [20160713 22:24:10.826] JOURNAL[B03D]: set fs error for entry "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160523_191445.mp4", type 1, will be recreated (R/O) [20160713 22:24:10.826] JOURNAL[B03D]: will recreate entry "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160523_191445.mp4", type 1 [20160713 22:24:10.826] JOURNAL[B03D]: Setup entry job "FileEntryJob" for path "Camera/VID_20160523_191445.mp4", next state is "PERFORM", queue size 0 1 36 [20160713 22:24:10.826] JOURNAL[B03D]: file entry job for path "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160523_191445.mp4" [20160713 22:24:10.826] JOURNAL[B03D]: { "dl_failed": false, "file_hash": "F19D7715056A4F6F819C7FEAD7C0C3FD9EBE44BD", "file_id": "2065:155541", "fs_error": true, "have_pieces": 0, "ignored": false, "info_hash": "5EC21FDFA9C010306E4EEF0399EC4EA1A93F3AA2", "invalidated": false, "link_content": "", "locked": false, "mtime": 1464045285, "name_on_disk": "VID_20160523_191445.mp4", "otime": 728, "owner": "11826B1AC930F4A97EE4BE6A55D5C2B5EEB0BBB6", "path": "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160523_191445.mp4", "perm": 420, "ph_ext": ".bts", "placeholder": false, "pvi": "pvi[type:1 s:51515631 mt:1464175189 h:F19D7715056A4F6F819C7FEAD7C0C3FD9EBE44BD]", "selected_for_dl": true, "size": 51515631, "state": 1, "time": 1464045285, "total_pieces": 787, "type": 1 } [20160713 22:24:10.826] JOURNAL[B03D]: entry "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160523_191445.mp4" has state CREATED, current/desired entry type: 1/1 [20160713 22:24:10.826] JOURNAL[B03D]: writing new attributes to file "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160523_191445.mp4" [20160713 22:24:10.826] SyncFileEntry: writing file attributes to file "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160523_191445.mp4", mt:1464045285 [20160713 22:24:10.826] SyncFileEntry: Failed to write attributes for file /media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160523_191445.mp4 - 1 [20160713 22:24:10.826] SyncFileEntry: Can't set file attributes 0 for file /media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160523_191445.mp4 - 1 [20160713 22:24:10.826] Set new pvinfo for file "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160523_191445.mp4" = pvi[NULL] (reset) [20160713 22:24:10.826] Finished downloading file "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160523_191445.mp4" [20160713 22:24:10.826] Set new pvinfo for file "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160523_191445.mp4" = pvi[NULL] [20160713 22:24:10.826] Set new pvinfo for file "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160523_191445.mp4" = pvi[NULL] (reset) [20160713 22:24:10.826] JOURNAL[B03D]: erase file_id 2065:155541 assigned to entry with path "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160523_191445.mp4" [20160713 22:24:10.826] JOURNAL[B03D]: assign file_id 2065:155541 to entry with path "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160523_191445.mp4" [20160713 22:24:10.826] [OnNotifyFileChange] "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160523_191445.mp4" [20160713 22:24:10.826] JOURNAL[B03D]: remote entry job complete for entry "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160523_191445.mp4" [20160713 22:24:10.827] JOURNAL[B03D]: { "dl_failed": false, "file_hash": "F19D7715056A4F6F819C7FEAD7C0C3FD9EBE44BD", "file_id": "2065:155541", "fs_error": false, "have_pieces": 787, "ignored": false, "info_hash": "5EC21FDFA9C010306E4EEF0399EC4EA1A93F3AA2", "invalidated": false, "link_content": "", "locked": false, "mtime": 1464045285, "name_on_disk": "VID_20160523_191445.mp4", "otime": 728, "owner": "11826B1AC930F4A97EE4BE6A55D5C2B5EEB0BBB6", "path": "/media/nhlavace/Elements/hsync/DCIM/Camera/VID_20160523_191445.mp4", "perm": 420, "ph_ext": ".bts", "placeholder": false, "pvi": "pvi[NULL]", "selected_for_dl": true, "size": 51515631, "state": 1, "time": 1464045285, "total_pieces": 787, "type": 1 }
  20. I use linux (Fedora 25), but I found a bunch of people with the same problem in different OS's So, each time I ran Resilio I either got asked to configure it as if for the first time, which mean I lost all my previos configuration and peers, or and old outdated configuration showed up, which was useless by the time I came across it. The cause? It turn out that, in Linux -don't know the rest of the OS's- Resilio creates a .sync hidden folder in whichever folder you happen to be on when you run it. It is pretty clear if you are in a terminal window (or command prompt). If you run it from a shortcut in Windows I guess it is either the folder where the exec is located, or the path set in the shortcut or whichever folder the Windows Ferries happened to put you in when you ran the program. My solution was to create a scrip (batch file, what have you) which first CDs to a directory and then runs resilio, something like thus, Resilio creates a .sync folder in my /directorychosen directory and uses it every time. Hope it helps.
  21. I've noticed that Resilio now only runs on my Linux box while I'm actually SSH'd in. This seems to be a new development, and I'm not sure how it would have happened. Is this a setting that can be tweaked or is there something more funky going on?
  22. Detected another bug ... if I already had folders synced, and I change the { "device_name": "newname" } it will crash the ARM/Linux version of Sync. I changed it back to the old name and at least my VPS sync (2.4.2) doesn't seem to repeatedly crash. My Raspberry Pi sync (2.4.1) crashes about once every few hours even for only two folders synced.
  23. Hi, I recently purchased Sync Pro from Resilio, but it seems to be having issues on my headless Raspberry Pi 3 backup server. My setup is as follows: Raspberry Pi 3 with Raspbian Jessie Lite Resilio Sync 2.4.1 for Linux ARM During the install process, I've created the following Sync configuration file: { "device_name": "Raspberry Pi Backup", "listening_port" : 0, "pid_file" : "/var/run/btsync.pid", "use_upnp" : true, "download_limit" : 0, "upload_limit" : 0, "webui": { "listen" : "0.0.0.0:8888", "login" : "admin", "password_hash" : "MY_HASH_HERE" }, "recv_buf_size" : 64, "send_buf_size" : 64, "max_file_size_for_versioning" : 250 } I've successfully synced a few folders, but now the process seems to die about midway through new folders. The only way to get it back is to reboot the Raspberry Pi because restarting the process asks for a Sync id again rather than using the already existing id. I've read in the forums that Sync has some issues with memory management. Does this mean Raspberry Pi devices should not be used? I thought NAS drives have low memory too, so how come those work? Any information would be helpful. My goal here was to back up the various directories in my Mac user directory to the Raspberry Pi. Thanks,
  24. A few days ago I needed to move a shared directory to a new location, since the old location was running out of space. This is on Ubuntu 16.04, and it's using an encrypted key. I initially set up Resilio using the steps described at https://help.getsync.com/hc/en-us/articles/206178924-Installing-Sync-package-on-Linux To move the store I did this: Used the Linux web UI to disconnect and remove the existing location Copied the contents of the share directory using "sudo cp -a [old location] [new location]" Copied the encrypted key from Resilio on my Mac, and entered it in the Linux web UI Selected the directory where I had copied the files back in step 2. Now there are a couple of things that have me concerned. The "indexing" step seems to be taking an extremely long time. On my Mac Resilio reports the size as 12.95GB. In the Linux web UI it's gradually growing. But, a little over 5 hours ago it was at 3.53GB and now it's at 4.03GB. At this rate indexing will take several days. Is this normal? The system is not maxed out for CPU, disk access, memory, or bandwidth, so what's holding it back? My Mac reports that the total data size is 14.51GB, but on the Linux box the total file size (from "du -sh") is currently at about 26GB and growing. It's kind of a race to see if the indexing finishes before the partition runs out of space, which is odd since it's already using nearly 2x the space I'd expect. Can anyone offer suggestions or advice on this? Did I screw something up, and if so what should I have done differently?
  25. Good day, I've been successfully running btsync 1.3.8 on CentOS 7.3. I am looking to update to latest (1.4.1) and have a few questions: 1. The upgrade instructions state I need to place the rslsync along btsync. Where is that? /var/lib/btsync/? /var/lib/btsync has a folder .SyncUserxxxxxxx. Is that the folder you mean by ".sync" 2. I have the old btsync repo under /etc/yum.repos.d If i add the new repo for resilio, will that work with above manual install? 3. Will old shares be preserved? Thank you,