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  1. henning334

    Folder won't index

    Hello there! I recently bought resilio sync home pro and have installed in on my PC and NAS. The NAS is an Netgear ReadyNAS 104. I have linked the devices, and both of them have "Disconnected" as default mode (i.e i manually choose wich folders to sync to each unit). I've added my Google Drive folder on my PC to resilio and it's backing up to my NAS. All the existing files in my google drive got indexed and copied to my NAS (currently doing it again because i did some changes...) I've also added a folder on my PC with a lot of GoPro raw-footage and it works just fine in the same manner. On my NAS however, i clicked the plus-sign to add a new folder and added a folder containing a lot of video files ( about 1TB?). In the GUI, (after a short index?) it shows the green checkmark, I was suprised it didn't index for longer. When i go back to my PC and "connect" the folder (i also chose selective sync here, i want to sync a selection of the foldes to each of my PCs), choose a location for it and wait i while, it still shows up empty. From what i've understood i'm supposed to see placeholder files when i choose selective sync. I've also tried disabling selective sync, but still no files appear. I've tried adding the same video-folder as both a standard folder and now as a advanced folder, but i get the same problem. It appears the NAS doesn't index the folder and therefore no files show up on my PCs. Edit 1: I just tried adding a new folder in my NAS that only had a single .txt file in it and i get the exact same problem. As soon as i added it a ".sync"-folder appeared inside it, as it's supposed too. But no indexing or syncing of the .txt file. Edit 2: I tried adding a new file to that folder, and it was synced almost instantly! Howcome my google drive folder on my PC gets all it's "old"(was in the folder before adding it to sync) files indexed and synced, but the foldes on my NAS only gets the "new"(put in the folder after it's added to sync) files indexed and synced?
  2. There’s a bug in the pause feature on macOS: the indexer still fires when Sync is supposed to be paused. I use Resilio Sync to keep my Final Cut Pro project folder in sync across multiple computers, and when Sync is paused globally - and I’ve confirmed I can see the pause sign across all my libraries - I still see the indexer fire. This is a problem because when it scans the Final Cut Pro project folder during the import of media, it trashes the media import process and I end up with broken files. I took me weeks to debug this, but I can replicate it every time now. The indexer is touching the imported video files before FCP can transcode them, and it makes FCP see the files as missing. The only way I can create new Final Cut Pro projects and import media is to fully exit Resilio Sync on my Mac and, import my media, shut down FCP, start up Sync, let it sync, then start FCP. This is not ideal. :-) So please make it so that when a pause is initiated, it pauses EVERYTHING including the indexer. Thanks!
  3. In the storage folder (e.g. linux $HOME/.config/resilio-sync/storage) there are SQLite databases for all shares. I notice these db files have a sequence number attached, e.g. 9816...B5E0.15.db. Does this mean that sync keeps track of the shares that have been used? When I disconnect a share, and later add it again, I assume sharing starts with a clean situation. Or is some information carried over from the previous time this share was used?
  4. I think a key missing feature from Sync is stopping errors from propagating by interacting with the user and presenting her with options on what one can do. As an example, I recently filed an issue #49958 where the indexing was out of control. It turned out that due to some naming conflict (probably due to the composed/decomposed issue) *.Conflict folders were being created. By the time we found out why indexing never finished 1.4 million such conflict folders had been created for one particular weirdly named folder. When stuff like that happens Sync should notify the user that something really fishy is going on (ok, I am a programmer so I know that is way too wide description to implement, but you get the gist) and some possible solutions like: Folder X is causing conflicts because of naming issues. These are your options for fixing the problem: - Notify user X that the created file Y has a filename causing problems and ask her to rename the folder - Do X - Do Y We will stop sync for this subfolder/item until the problem has been fixed. If there had been some kind of "cross-network error diagnostics" built into the protocol maybe errors that arise on another peer than the one that created the filename can be propagated back to the origin to fix the error in the source. AFAIK only the "destination" peer gets any info through the GUI that a filename contains illegal characters, and from my experience they have no idea what to do about it (if they even understand it's a problem).
  5. I recently got a new phone (Moto X Pure running 6.0) and am having trouble with the android sync app. I have it set up to sync files to an SD Card, but whenever I connect the folder it just starts and stops "indexing" and never actually transfers anything. If I turn on the selective sync and grab a file or two manually they download fine so I know it's not an issue with the SD card/permissions.
  6. I tried to setup a sync from desktop to desktop however opening files on the second machine produces an error that the proper index was not found. Also during sync we get several errors about a large time differences.
  7. MaxRavenclaw

    Sync Redownloads Everyting

    I have 2 issues. The more pressing one is that after moving some folders on my PC I was forced to disconect the syncing and create a new one because you can't change the location of a sync. OK. But now, my Android decided to redownload everything. 20 GB of music is being redownloaded, despite the fact it's still on my phone. I'm guessing the index failed. Second issue, not as pressing, I have read only on my phone, I noticed that when I delete a folder on my PC it doesn't always delete on the phone as well. Is this normal? Thank you. now, for example, My PC says out of sync and my android says Receiving. The folders should be identical on both ends.
  8. I have added a new sync folder with many files (around 44200 files). The btsync WebGUI display that 37003 files are in the index. But then it seems to stop indexing the rest. Any idea?
  9. I have a simple setup. I have two folders on an x86_64 machine that sync to an ARM machine. This has worked fine for about a week. Today I upped the ante. I added a new 40GB folder to sync between machines. I added the folder on the source machine, the x86_64. After it indexed, I added it as ro on the ARM machine and the sync began. I stepped away and returned an hour later to find BTSync had died on the ARM machine. I don't see any clear errors in the sync.log file on the ARM machine. I ran btsync from terminal on the ARM machine to try and get more info. [root@arm .sync]# btsync --nodaemon --config /etc/btsync/btsync.config total physical memory -1 max disk cache 2097152 Using IP address 192.168.1.5 Loading config file version 1.2.73 UPnP: Could not map UPnP Port on this pass, retrying. UPnP: Could not map UPnP Port on this pass, retrying. UPnP: Could not map UPnP Port on this pass, retrying. UPnP: Unable to map port 192.168.1.5:63806 with UPnP. Loaded folder /backup/BTSync/folder1 Loaded folder /backup/BTSync/Drop Killed I didn't send the kill signal. I don't know why "Killed" shows up, but when it does, it corresponds to the btsync process dying. There's about a minute between seeing "Loaded folder /backup/BTSync/Drop" and when btsync chokes and the "Killed" message appears. The 40GB folder never shows up in the stdout. It seems logical that btsync dies while "Loading" that folder. Watching top, mem usage never exceeds 18%. CPU usage is high, but never holds at 100. Hovering between 80 and upper 90s. BitTorrent Sync 1.2.73 on the ARM machine Based on the churning I hear from the USB hard drive on the ARM machine, it sounds like it's dying while indexing this new 40GB folder. Worst of all is that since the sync folders don't load in the WebUI prior to the crash, I can't go into the WebUI on the ARM machine and remove this folder that seems to be causing the issue.
  10. Hello, So I set up all my syncs in Windows (3 different directories, one of which has over 200,000 files in it and is approx 330GB). After everything was done, I was left with three .db files in... C:\Users\{some user}\AppData\Roaming\BitTorrent Sync I copied the same Windows directories to MyBook Live which was mounted as a drive in Windows. The idea being to 'seed' the initial sync. I took the above mentioned .db files (one for each sync'ed directory) and put them the the .sync directory on MyBook Live. Before doing that, I updated the .db files using the Firefox SqlLite plug-in (basically opened the .db file and issued, 'update files set path = replace(path, '\', '/');' - thanks to; http://forum.bittorrent.com/topic/24152-doing-the-initial-sync-locally). Started up btsync on MyBook Live, pulled up the UI, which was (and is) very slow but eventually told me everything was synced (without the seeding it looks like it may have taken a number of months to do so). However, in the web UI, it still says the 330GB directory is indexing (on MyBook Live), yet I see no change in the size of the associated .db (the one brought over from Windows), .db-shm or .db-wal files (even though, on the latter two, the timestamp does get updated). Actually, on all the .db-shm files, the length is the same; 32768. Given that I have ssh access to MyBook Live, from the command line, how can I tell that indexing is going on and how do I tell how much longer its going to go on for (ps -ef, naturally, does not give me this information) Also, can btsync 'chew gum and walk at the same time', i.e. can it sync one directory and index another at the same time or does this have to happen consecutively. As this is effectively a one way sync, from Windows to MyBook Live, I assume that on the MyBook Live instance, I should not even have to index and can therefore set folder_rescan_interval to its maximum amount. Thanks, Matthew
  11. robertshippey

    Sync Not Seeing Files

    hi all, I've set up BitTorrent Sync on two raspberry pi's -- I created a shared folder on pi1, the folder has some files in, normal sorts of stuff, text files, png, wav, etc. But the interface is just showing 0 B in 0 files. I put the key into a new shared folder on pi2 and nothing happens. I tried editing some of the files on pi1 to see if it would 'force' btsync to reindex, no luck. The strange thing is, I put the same key into a new shared folder on my mac and drop an image into the empty folder and it propagates the file to the pis. Does anyone know what could be causing this? Is there some sort of special action I need to run to get the existing files to be indexed? Thanks.
  12. Hello! My name is Margulan. I am developer of one huge project, and there is CDN functionality needed to be implemented. Currently I am trying to solve one annoying bug (?) while indexing source directory. We have lots of files (>5 000 000), almost consist of pictures, video, sound, books. At this time I try to index it with btsync to generate file index, but it hangs on 140.00 gb indexed. I attemped to restart daemon, tried to see logs and I have found nothing. I tried to increase 'soft' and 'hard' limits in limits.conf. Honestly, now I am stuck. Have anybody ideas? I red forum and there are guys who indexed a bigger amount of data. Can't figure out what's wrong in my case Additional info: OS: RHEL 6.4 x86_64 CPU: Intel® Xeon® CPU E7- 4870 @ 2.40GHz, 16 cores RAM: 64GB BTSync version 1.2.73 Screenshot included:
  13. Hi there I am suffering the same Problem described in the forum here and here. What i noticed is that sync often completes after i re-create the index. Means: Stop-service, delete .sync/*, start service. I am using sync to backup my pictures, it's a folder of 105GB or about 25k Files. The Index-File uses about 100mb of space. There are posts in the topics above speaking about "Check if you have file-locks", but this isn't the problem. Sync does work with newly added files (it says 300MB first, and stucks at 20MB again, just the same as before the upload. Is there a reason - beside the time it take - against a scheduled recreation of the index file once a week (or so)? Or do you have any ideas to find away avoiding this? Chris
  14. I'm syncing about 20GB in 170,000 files, and only one way. This causes the machine with the original data (6 year old Xeon with WinServer 2003) to constantly index. The machine is a bit old, so that may be why, but is there a way to pause indexing (not just pause syncing, which I know you can do)? When I pause syncing, the computers are still using resources constantly (or at least every 10 minutes) to index the files, and I'd like it to just kind of sit idle for a while until I planned on syncing again. Other than that, Bit Sync seems to work alright on my set up. However, the files usually take a few hours before they sync to the backup machine, which I think is due to the time it takes to index everything. Does it watch for changes, or just re-index the whole thing constantly? I like this better than my other options, so thanks a bunch to the developers for for making this!