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I have added a second folder (Second) (directly into an external drive, called F: connected by usb) to an existing folder (First) (directly into the C: drive) in a free home version of Resilio (version 2.5.12). (Running on Windows 10) First folder is syncing and transferring with up to 15 peers and can be paused and resumed at will. Second folder can be paused and resumed at will, but Second folder shows 'not synced yet' (after several hours) and has '0 of 0' peers. Second folder shows in F: drive as folder 'second' with the resilio icon containing only folder '.sync' containing files 'ID', IgnoreList', StreamsList', and empty folder 'Archive'. I have searched for setup/install/initialize/add/synchronize/peers hints to no avail. What am I doing wrong/not doing right please?
I've installed Sync on a fresh install of Raspbian Jessie Lite on a Raspberry Pi 2, and I can't get it to connect to other peers/computers that I'm running sync on. If I add folders they don't connect to the other peers and linking sync identities also doesn't work. I also get the error message saying "Cannot get the list of trackers" appearing at the bottom of the screen. The version of Sync is 2.5.2 and it was installed using the official linux packages via the method detailed here. I don't think the issue with my router as sync is working fine on multiple other PC's on the same LAN. I am able to access the web interface without any issues though. The only extra software on the Pi is samba. Does anyone have any thoughts on what the problem might be? it could be a linux configuration since I don't have much experience with it. I've attached a log file from sync below sync.log
I am using the 1.4.83 BETA install on a Synology DS412+ and my Windows BTSYNC 1.4.83. I am unable to setup a sync directory on the Synology using a read-only key coming from my Windows. Here are the steps I am following and the behavior: (This may or not be important, but both devices already have matching directories) 1. Remove the sync directory from both Synology and Windows (including deleting the .sync directories) 2. In Windows click "Add Folder", and close the "Share" screen that follows 3. Open the "Preferences" of the sync directory that I just added 4. Copy the "Read Only Key" to the clipboard 5. In the BTSync interface on the Synology, click "Enter a link or key" 6. Paste the read only key 7. Navigate to the desired directory 8. Press "Ok" when warning that the directory is not empty (because it already contains the files) At this point both BTSync applications will index the files and sit at "No Peers". I believe the problem is that the Synology sync directory was not setup with the Read Only key, because if I open the sync folder preferences on the Synology side, I see a Read & Write key and a Read Only key neither of which resemble the Read Only key that I pasted in step 6. Am I doing something wrong here?
I have two computers that I sync and everything worked perfectly until shortly after I upgraded. I now get a status that says "out of sync" and it says there are no peers online. After I disconnected the folder then reconnected, it worked fine for a couple of days but is now back to not syncing. Both machines are running OS 10.9.5 and have version 1.4.93.