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  1. On my Synology NAS DS414 the rslsync process is running at minimum 30-50% cpu even if no peers are connected. Also there are permission errors shown for an inreasing number of my files. Synology DSM and Sync version are altest (see below). I have upgraded Sync from version 2.4 recently. DSM 6.2.1-23824-4 Sync 2.6.2 (1330)
  2. For the past few days, my Galaxy S8 has been throwing a system error message from Device Maintenance, stating "Some apps or processes are overloading the system (CPU) and need to be closed." The culprit is always Sync. Has anything changed recently to cause this? I've been running Sync on Androids for as long as it's been available, and I never had a problem like this. Thanks in advance for any insight. Regards, TT
  3. I've got what's admittedly a pretty large share, ~38GB, syncing between several Macs and a NAS. 2.3 has been great on the NAS and it works fine on the Macs except the thing is indexing several times an hour and chewing huge amounts of CPU and battery when it does. CPU will peg a core at 100% for 15 minutes at a time and the Energy Impact on my laptops puts BitTorrent Sync as consuming about twice as much power as everything else running on those machines combined. This was a complete non-issue with previous v2.x versions. Is there an
  4. Hello ! I've been testing btsync for a few days and I was able to sync folders containing a few files/folders succesfully. Btsync seems to be the solution I was waiting for. Now I'm running into a problem : I'm trying to sync a folder containing about 35000 files (about 20Gb) between two synology NAS boxes so I added a folder share on the first one and generated a secret. The btsync web interface tells me this : 21.7 GB in 36915 files (Indexing...) Also, the CPU usage is abnormally high (above 70%) and I'm talking about constant usage, not peak usage. My folder contained originally
  5. I have seen this mentioned before, but haven't seen any resolutions. I had a Zyxel NSA-221 that I was able to install btsync 1.0.116 without any issues. It ran fine, but was extremely slow and constantly ran the CPU at 100% even when idle. So, I purchased a QNAP TS-219II to replace it. I was able to get this up and running fine as you can see here. Now, it doesn't usually run at 100%, but it is above 60% more than it's not, it would seem. I was watching it this morning after making sure that there were no other devices connected. I also made sure to wait until any indexing was complete. I watc
  6. I'm running Bittorrent Sync Version 1.2.82 on Mac OS X 10.9.1 on 3 machines, and I find the CPU utilisation is just too high, and my battery life on my laptops has degraded significantly. CPU usage will range from 100% quite frequently down to around 10-15% but even when nothing happens. I find it's often reindexing my files (339,000, I realise I have a few), and changing a few files can get it off on a tangent. I migrated across from Dropbox to Bittorrent Sync because I love the idea of not storing my data in the cloud, however I am finding the loss in battery life, the constant spinn
  7. I have both OneDrive and BitTorrent running on my Windows 7 laptop. It seems that BitTorrent can never be idle. It is constantly using about 2~3% of my cpu even though there is no change in any of my files. On the other hand, OneDive can be idle if you are not changing any files. So if you just let your computer be idle, the total CPU time of BitTorrent will still increase but the CPU time of OneDrive won't. Why BitTorrent need to use CPU constantly?
  8. I am running BTSync on a windows 7 machine, and it is syncing about 200k files. The longer version 1.3.105 runs, the more ram it uses until an eventual crash. This happens every other day or so. The user interface also slows down the longer the program is running. This was not an issue in the versions I used. Currently the program has been running for 24hrs and is using ~1.5gb of ram. This is much higher than the estimates that I saw in the FAQ for the number of files I'm syncing. Any help is appreciated.
  9. Being able to set a max CPU use on a machine. When adding new folders the CPU use can be 50-80% until indexes and first sync is finished. Limiting bandwith does not help in any way. /Jesper
  10. Hi, I have a problem running BTSync on my Buffalo NAS. I am running firmware 1.64, and have root access to the device. No other modifications has been done to the firmware. The NAS is arm based: > uname -a Linux hostname 3.3.4-88f6281 #2 Mon Dec 10 17:31:41 JST 2012 armv5tel unknown I installed and ran the program like this: > wget > tar zxvf btsync_arm.tar.gz > chmod u+x btsync > ./btsync Now to my problem. The program runs, but I can't access the webui. When I check top it says that btsync is using close
  11. BTsync is drawing quite a lot of CPU resources from my Raspberry Pi (currently I have approx. 97k files that total 15GB and I expect that to double before it plateaus). Based on other articles in this forum, i'm considering to increase the folder_rescan_interval to be a much higher number. Here comes my question ... The Raspberry Pi simply serves as a Read-Only device, in other words, no files will be changing on this device, it only servers to mirror a folder contents on another (ubuntu) device that frequently creates new files (photos). In this scenario, is folder rescan even necessa
  12. Hello everybody, After having installed and configured btsync on my Synology NAS I have noticed that that the btsync process was constantly consuming cpu cycles. By using strace, it appears that it wakes every seconds. Here's the sequence of system calls done at each cycle: 1.008407 futex(0x34f15c, FUTEX_WAKE_PRIVATE, 1) = 00.000131 stat64("/etc/localtime", {st_mode=S_IFREG|0644, st_size=2944, ...}) = 00.000544 stat64("/etc/localtime", {st_mode=S_IFREG|0644, st_size=2944, ...}) = 00.000315 stat64("/etc/localtime", {st_mode=S_IFREG|0644, st_size=2944, ...}) = 00.000328 stat64("/etc/localt