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Hi, some time ago I’ve set up a dedicated ubuntu linux VM for btsync 1.2.82. It’s running behind a firewall, I only opened outgoing port 3000 udp and from the beginning it worked like charm. It takes about 2 seconds to connect new peers and the sync starts. Now I did an update to 1.3.94 by switching the btsync executable, I left everything else as it was but now the peers won’t connect anymore. I already compared the sample config from 1.3.94 with my running config but it doesn’t seem as if there were many changes in the structure of the config file from 1.2x to 1.3x I restored my VM from backup and everything is working again. Somebody got an idea how to update without breaking everything? Regards, Michael
I get slow downloads with the 1.2.x windows builds. If I use btsync 1.2.71 on Windows my average download speed is 10 ko/s with occasional spikes >500ko/s, while if I install back btsync 1.1.81, I get a solid 3.5 Mo/s download speed. My setup is as follow: Windows 7 64bit, Intel I7 920 + 9Go RAM hosted at homeRaspberrypi hosted at home running btsync 1.2.71Ubuntu 13.04 server Intel® Atom CPU D425 @ 1.80GHz, 2Go RAM, hosted on a datacenter, running btsync 1.2.71Ubuntu 13.04 server Intel® Atom CPU N2800 @ 1.86GHz, 4Go RAM, hosted on a datacenter, running btsync 1.2.71My home Internet connection can give me download speeds up to 2.5Mo/s. The linux x64 and ARM builds aren't the cause of the slowness as I can get good expected download rates when using 1.2.71 for all linux and ARM machines while using 1.1.81 on the windows machine. Only when the Windows machine uses the 1.2.x builds does it get slow download speed (even from the raspberrypi which is on the same LAN) Does anyone else experiences such slow speeds with 1.2.x compared to 1.1.x ?Is this a known bug ?Do you need me to try anything or submit logs to help figure out the root of the issue ? regards