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  1. Hi there. I have been a resilio sync user for a while and I have synced a lot of data. I have 4 devices which I keep synced, my phone, work laptop, another laptop and a raspberry pi. The folder on raspberry pi is set to selective sync on each of the devices. Now for some reason, after syncing a 7 or 10 gb file to my pi, sync has stopped detecting my pi altogether. On my pcs, even if on the internet (not lan), it will not show up. But strangely enoiugh, on my phone the pi shows up (not on lan). So I am not sure what caused this. There was no update on either of my devices to cause this issue. It suddenly just stopped working. If you can help me it would be great, thanks.
  2. hi I'm new to Resilio Sync. I've shared my first folder from my server with my first peer, and all is well; peer 1 pulls down the data. When I share the same folder to a second peer, the second peer pulls down data in the folder as expected, but only ever 'sees' the server. The peers do not see each other, although do have an entry under 'inactive' for each other, noted as 0 of 0 peers. Both shares are as Read Only. Its like my peers don't like each other, and will only see the server from which the share was 'issued'. The server see the first peer, and shows the second peer as inactive, and shows 0 of 0 peers next to it. It did use a gold image for the second peer created from the first, but device unlinked then gave it new device name / user, and joined to network. I do recall a message saying time difference too great, but can't recall which of my 3 devices generated it, although it was when I joined peer number 2. Sounds like a riddle. What have a done wrong? Should I start from scratch on the peers? What would this look like. Perhaps sudo dpkg-reconfigure bysync might reset the peers? Version 2.4.1, upgraded from Free to Pro on Server. Older versions on Pi 3 peers (OSMC) 2.0.93 as this version has low CPU demands. Thanks in advance, Geoff.
  3. Admittedly I have little knowledge of sharing files in this manner. How do I establish a peer and what exactly is that? How can I access the ID when I have no idea what app to use? I've paid for this, but in my ignorance do not find it user friendly and can't even find an address to request a termination and refund. After hours of trying, I am giving the forum a shot - maybe someone will have pity on my lack of how to do this sort of thing. DeAnn
  4. I've posted about this before and was told "no updates at this time," but this is a pressing need and a very easy fix. Please, remove the 50-peer hard cap in BT Sync!! Abolish it, raise it significantly, or add a GUI option to let it be configurable, This cannot be a difficult change, and I can't imagine what possible negative effects there could be. I'm attempting to host some projects for people to use and am constantly bumping into this hard peer cap issue. I know the team is very busy, but this would be extremely helpful if you could find time to implement it. Thank-you.
  5. Android sync version 1.4.56.0 is there away to get a list of the peers. it will give you the number of peers but I would like to be able to get the peer name and where thay are sync or not.
  6. rodrigoferra

    Use Btsync For Backups

    Hello, First of all, sorry for my bad english. I would like to cover a folder at my server with bitsync, automatic I will add a few files that are backups from my database, they will sync correctly and work fine, but when I delete these files from my server, I would like to not delete it from the other peer. I notice a few things about the permissions, Read and Write, but when I create only to read, the files add will not be sync and with the other peer. Well, is there any sugestion to add files, sync and then remove the add files from one of the sources? Best regardĀ“s.
  7. System A (Synology NAS) w/ btsync 1.3.109. Share 'Repository' has settings relay server, tracker, LAN, not DHT. System B (x64 Linux) w/ btsync 1.4.83. Share 'Repository' has settings relay server, tracker, LAN, not DHT. The shares are connected and synched. Only these two systems are involved. On system B, I change the settings to LAN only. After a while both systems report that there are no peers to connect to. Restarting btsync on system B will re-establish the connection. I guess a restart on system A would have helped as well. I think btsync should re-establish the connection after changing the connection properties.
  8. First I want to say thanks to the Sync dev team for your work on Sync - it is a fantastic project and very helpful to myself and a lot of others. So, thank-you. Moving right along... I distribute and maintain a repository of packages for PDQ Deploy (example). I've previously asked about getting the hard-coded 50-peer limit raised, removed or converted to a user-configurable variable (here). I recently upgraded BT Sync on the repo server from v1.2.91 to v1.3.89, and have noticed it now connects with a significantly reduced number of peers. Previously it would quickly hit the 50-peer limit; under the new version it struggles to keep around 20 peers connected. Because of this I was forced to revert back to v1.2.91 until it can be resolved. Was the peer limit reduced or any major protocol changes introduced in v1.3.89? Edit: changed version to v1.3.89 (not .87)