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  1. Hallo, are there any limitations by syncing on raid systems? I try to sync between a Mac OS X Server and two synology nas Systems. The two nas Systems Sync very well, but the on the Mac Server donĀ“t. The raid on the Mac Server is a Lacie Storage (raid 5) pluged in by USB Port. Are there limititations by using harddrives over USB? Trank you for informations.
  2. Hi, I use BitTorrent Sync to sync data between two OS X devices. On both devices I have read-only files (from initial data copy before started with sync). When i delete a read-only file after a few seconds the file is recreated. Probably because the read-only file on the other device cannot be deleted by sync. How can I handle read-only files BitTorrent Sync?
  3. I am just testing out BTSync 2.2.1 and have come across something very strange. On one computer I have 2.2.1 and running the PRO 30-day trial on another I am just running normal Sync 2.2.1 If I share a folder between the 2 computers using just a standard read&write folder everything works fine and is synched. When I want to remove the syncing I right-click in Sync Pro and it says disconnect at the bottom (whereas it says remove in the non-pro version). Once I hit disconnect, all the contents of the folder are deleted. When I hit remove in the non-pro version all the folder contents
  4. I am trying to uninstall BitTorrent Sync. When I drag the BitTorrent Sync.app file to the trash I get the following error: I have of course clicked Quit on BitTorrent Sync and it closed the app properly. This is a bit of a problem obviously and to be honest I have never had that problem with any other OS X app. I am also of the opinion that any software that writes folders somewhere else should have a proper uninstaller. There is a folder in Library > Application Support which contains journal files, logs, etc. which would just stay there for no reason. Also it seems like it does
  5. I was ready to fully embrace BitTorrent Sync (2.2), but have come across permission errors. Folders that are server shares are not able to be synced, even if they are physically attached to the computer and not shared via network. It complains that it doesnt have write permissions, which is understandable, as read&write permissions are only set to group and using ACLs (Access Control Lists). BTSync could very easily be able to write to those folders, by authorizing itself to do so by entering the user/admin password in OS X. That is how all other software gets to write to places which
  6. I use Sync to sync a 150GB folder of photos between a desktop and laptop. This has been working very smoothly. Last week I mad a bunch of changes and additions on the desktop and at the same time I was temporarily short of storage on the laptop. I didn't notice any problem until I went on the road and realized my photos folder was missing a lot of new additions. There was never an indication of an error or problem. I freed up plenty of storage on my laptop, disconnected the folder, but did not delete the contents on the laptop. I reconnected the folder, watched it index, then sync, but t
  7. OK, so I have a problem with BT Sync 2.0.127 (35) just killing my wifi in my house. I have an Android phone that pulls files in 24/7 from the internet. When those files are finished downloading, they move to a shared BT Sync folder that should then sync to my laptop (OS X 10.9.5). The problem is that as soon as BT Sync starts moving files across the wifi, every device on wifi (iPhones, Mac) experience super intermittent internet. Webpages slow to a crawl, Netflix is not an option, everything is down. Pause the sync, and everything comes back up immediately. At first, I thought this was an
  8. Since I upgraded to BT Sync 2.0 it's preventing sleep on my two machines, a mini and a macbook pro. This wasn't happening with the 1.4 beta version. Here is the results from pmset in Terminal, with Sync opened: pmset -g assertions 09/03/15 16:45:05 CET Assertion status system-wide: BackgroundTask 0 PreventDiskIdle 0 ApplePushServiceTask 0 UserIsActive 1 PreventUserIdleDisplaySleep 0 InteractivePushServiceTask 0 PreventSystemSleep 0 ExternalMedia 0 PreventUserIdleS
  9. I was wondering if anybody had experience syncing the "/Applications", "~/Library/Application Support" & "~/Library/Preferences" folder in OS X between 2 computers. I'm wondering if theres any caveats I should be aware of or problems that might occur. Thanks, -Eric
  10. Hi, I've been using BitTorrent Sync for about six months with no problems until now. I've put it on 2 OS X machines, and one old Linux box. My problem is with a late 2013 MacBook Pro that was recently updated to Yosemite. I currently can't get Sync to run; It somehow thinks that there is another Sync instance running, creates a lock file in ~/Library/Application\ Support/BitTorrent\ Sync, and then exits. So to be clear, this is not a problem with the real functionality of Sync, but with just getting Sync to run. Here are steps I've taken several times just to see if I can get Sync to s
  11. Hello All, I wasn't able to find a post describing similar behaviour, so I'm hoping someone here can explain to me if what I'm noticing is normal or not. I've unchecked "Put hard disks to sleep when possible" but what I notice is that syncing doesn't resume until after the display wakes from sleep. Display is asleep, laptop is still running, hard-drive is not sleeping but the display is. I put my password in to see the desktop and then syncing resumes but not until I'm actively using the machine. What setting am I missing, or why is this happening? My assumption was that syncing would ha
  12. Hi there, As I'm still on Mac OS X 10.6.8, I wonder if using the current version of BitTorrent Sync (1.4) on that OS is strongly adviced against? The application seems to run fine... Best, Bart
  13. Hallo, I'm using BTSync (1.3.94) to keep in sync my development folders between a Mac Mini and a MacBook Air. I leave both systems always on but, to save energy, I let them "sleep" after an hour I do not actively use them. I guess there is a problem in BTSync as it's not able to restart syncing when my systems are going back "to work" after having enetered in sleep mode. In such cases most of the time BTSync crashes when I open it (Open BitTorrent Sync...). Can anybody confirm if there is a workaround or if this is a bug (or a missing feature) that is planned to be added later? Thank
  14. Ever since I started using BittorrentSync more actively, it has bugged me that the it has been syncing more or less constantly from my laptop (which I stream to two servers for backups). Yesterday I dug into it to see what it was actually doing, and noticed that there were two Finder items that was missing from the SyncIgnore list. com.apple.FinderInfocom.apple.ResourceFork After adding these two items to my ignore files stopped syncing constantly and behave a lot more sane. I'm not sure if it is a Mavericks only thing, but I'm running on 10.9.3.
  15. Hello! I have a minor comment. Currently the only notification received is when a file is downloaded. It would be great to receive a growl notification when a folder starts syncing and when it finishes syncing. For a directory with a large amount of files, I don't need to be notified for each file but it is nice to see when things are happening. Perhaps others are interested in this functionality too!