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  1. I have a FreeNAS server that houses a bunch of directories I'm trying to sync. I had setup 3 shares and 2 of them are working fine while one has been in a Connecting state for 30 minutes. I'll let everyone know that I had just reset this current computer and have a TON of other downloads going on concurrently (OneDrive, Steam, Origin ...etc). Also, the folder that's having a problem is a few terabytes compared to 50-350 gigabytes for the other 2. Should I just be patient and wait for everything else to finish and let btsync do its thing? Origin server is FreeNAS 11 running the plugin and the client computer is Windows 10 (up to date) I can provide logs if needed.
  2. I'm trying to sync between two ubuntu computers. Sometimes I drop a directory into the sync folder, and it shows up on the other computer (yay!), but I can't write to it b/c the normal user isn't in the file access control list. The only user with file access control is the rslsync user under which Relisio is running. So I have to run setfacl every time a new directory is copied over. This can't be an unusual problem. Can anyone suggest a work-around?
  3. Hi Guys, I ask immediately apologize for my English. I hope I make myself understood. I have two QNAP with BTSync to version 1.4.83 Beta, I have a problem if I want to synchronize two folders already exist. In the "NAS A" and "B NAS" I have 8 folders equal (I did copy and paste by hand). I turned on the "NAS A" BTSync for all 8 folders and waited indexing. In the "NAS B" I have activated synchronization, using the private key of the "NAS A", for all 8 folders. But they are always "0 peers" and the synchronization don't part. Screenshot from NAS B: But if I sync a folder full of "NAS A" in an empty folder "NAS B" synchronization part and I see "1 peers." The "NAS A" starts to send data to the "NAS B". I do not understand why?! Thanks Andrea
  4. Hey everyone, I've installed btsync on my rented server via ssh. Installation worked well, I was able to get to the GUI via IP:8888 and add a syncing folder and key. I could see the connected devices immediately, but there is no up- or download :-/ So it seems like the communication between my desktop, laptop and the server works, but no more interactions. I choose an directory on my FTP as syncing folder. When I put a file via FTP in the syncing folder, my laptop and desktop pc immediately starts to download the file. But it's not working vice-versa. I gave via chmod 777 rights to the syncing folder. So my questions are: Is there a recommended directory to put the syncing folder on a server? Do I have to set special rights to start the up- and download process? Any other ideas why it doesn't work? It's kind of strange because it seems like the devices communicate. The desktop and laptop share files perfectly. Only the server does not do anything :-/ Thankful for advices :-) Cheers, Nycolay!
  5. HI all! I have searched and cannot find a solution, so ... let us see! First of all, LOVE the product. Absolutely. What I am going to try and use this for is syncing user profile directories on 5 computers with one main serer. I would love if I could exclude hidden folders - any way this is possible? Is there a place for predefined ignore files? I did notice that once I deleted the sync directories, and then removed the files.... it still brought down an ISO that didn't exist somehow? Thoughts?