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  1. 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?