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  1. On Big Sur, I'm finding I return to my computer to find a "Resilio Sync unexpectedly quit" notice up. Also Sync is using consistently at least 600MB of memory, and sometimes higher, and often 20+% CPU, to sit idle. (Mid-spec iMac 2017.) No issues with Mojave. What can I do to troubleshoot this? (Bonus question: With no updates or signs of life from the company in months, in the middle of an Apple architecture transition, and when millions are relying on remote file sharing more than ever... is Resilio Sync dead and should I look for an alternative?)
  2. I've used Sync between 5 Macs running Mojave and older, successfully, for a while. Just updated one to BigSur, and it won't receive some files. Mojave computer (with files) shows BigSur peer connected, shows a green tick, but clicking on peer list shows "^ 1008 files to [BigSur]. They are all tiny text files, .plist, .json, 40kB and under. BigSur computer (needs files) shows Mojave peer connected, shows a green tick, peer list shows "Synced with [Mojave]". But the folder has 1000s of missing files. Same thing happens with other folders, including those with big files, .pdfs. Other folders seem to work fine. Are there known bugs with Big Sur? What can I do to troubleshoot this?