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Hello! I really don't know whether I need to present myself because I found nothing about it. Anyway, It's been about one month since the problem I'm facing first occurred. To be specific, I tried two things: I started the Resilio sync client in daemon mode, then I monitored resource consumption and I noticed it occurred while it was adding event listeners to each file. Then, I decided to try updating the client and reinstalling (I just downloaded the archive from the site and re-extracted). By adding one folder at a time, I noticed that when I added a really big folder (in te
Dear Sync community, I've posted the issue previously in https://help.getsync.com/hc/en-us/requests/18696 but im afraid, the following problem still persists: Resilio Sync 2.4.4 (732) is shown as occupying 100% CPU in 'Activity Monitor'. A folder containing ~114.000 of admittedly small files (45 GB) is constantly shown as indexing, even when setting folder_rescan_interval to e.g. 3600. I noticed the constant indexing issue also on a Synology NAS, however setting folder_rescan_interval to 3600 seems to have helped to alleviate the issue a bit here. On the Mac, running the comm
I'm using BitTorrent Sync on Linaro Ubuntu running on a Cubietruck (ARM) for quite some time now. I noticed that BTSync uses considerably more CPU lately than it used to. Months ago, it was like 3%@idle. Right now, it's more like 13-20%@idle. Note: idle=devices are connected, but sync is finished BTSync monitors about 9000 files (there used to be more files, like 15000) spread over 11 folders. I'm using the packages "btsync_1.3.1-1_all.deb" and "btsync-common_1.3.105-1_armhf.deb" installed from either ""http://ppa.launchpad.net/tuxpoldo/btsync/ubuntu" (which one is newer for apt). The log
On my NAS (Synology DS413) btsync consistently uses between 20 and 50% CPU. This is true for versions from1.3.86 (the first I have) until 1.3.109 (the current version). I have about 25 folders attached to btsync, good for some 30,000 files. I may assume that btsync can handle this easily. The logfile only shows a couple of incoming connections per second. On another system (15 folders, 20,000 files) btsync uses about 2% CPU, which I consider a normal value. Anything I can do to find out what's going wrong?