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  1. Hello, we deployed BTSync 1.2.91 (i386 linux version) on 4 linux machines, 1 CentOS and 3 NAS TS-269 (linux-based operating system QTS). I noticed that on various occasions CPU load as dislayed by the top utility shows btsync running at the top with high cpu loads over 85%, often peaking to 99.9%. Some machines reached a consistent 99.9% level after about a day. When the porcessed reached 99.9%, GUI responds slowly, some synced folders appear not to be synchronized (at least in GUI) and there seem to be hanging (infinitely pending) transfers. I noticed similar behavior with version 1.2
  2. 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
  3. 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?