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  1. My systems are suffering from Major performance- and sync-problems! I've got 2 macOS systems and 2 NASses running first on 2.5.4 and now on 2.5.5 (just upgraded today). The App in macOS just stalls system; Activity monitor gives a lot of times; CPU over 100% and Not Responding. systems have problem with syncing with each other. Arch Linux NAS on my office has been offline for days but is actually running. Now in the office it syncs. Webpage of both Linux systems are terribly slow for a while and then they are fine and back again. This is output of Arch Linux system after restarting; * rslsync.service - Resilio Sync per-user service Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/user/rslsync.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled) Active: active (running) since Sat 2017-07-08 16:14:49 CEST; 19min ago Main PID: 280 (rslsync) CGroup: /user.slice/user-1000.slice/user@1000.service/rslsync.service `-280 /usr/bin/rslsync --nodaemon --config /home/raymond/.config/rslsync/rslsync.conf Jul 08 16:34:31 nas rslsync[280]: [20170708 16:34:31.456] D! 21ReverseHTTPConnection::set_error[0x00007f89e6969270][56] 103 (EOF) Jul 08 16:34:31 nas rslsync[280]: [20170708 16:34:31.458] D! 21ReverseHTTPConnection::set_error[0x00007f89e6c3cd60][67] 103 (EOF) Jul 08 16:34:31 nas rslsync[280]: [20170708 16:34:31.463] D! 21ReverseHTTPConnection::set_error[0x00007f89e6c3cd60][55] 103 (EOF) Jul 08 16:34:31 nas rslsync[280]: [20170708 16:34:31.483] D! 17TrackerConnection::set_error[0x00007f89e69877a0][16] 104 (Connectio Jul 08 16:34:31 nas rslsync[280]: [20170708 16:34:31.483] D! 17TrackerConnection::set_error[0x00007f89e697a5f0][17] 104 (Connectio Jul 08 16:34:31 nas rslsync[280]: [20170708 16:34:31.484] D! 17TrackerConnection::set_error[0x00007f89e69648f0][116] 104 (Connecti Jul 08 16:34:31 nas rslsync[280]: [20170708 16:34:31.538] D! 21ReverseHTTPConnection::set_error[0x00007f89e6c04cd0][16] 103 (EOF) Jul 08 16:34:31 nas rslsync[280]: [20170708 16:34:31.538] D! 21ReverseHTTPConnection::set_error[0x00007f89e6c050c0][17] 103 (EOF) Jul 08 16:34:31 nas rslsync[280]: [20170708 16:34:31.920] D! 21ReverseHTTPConnection::set_error[0x00007f89e6c3cd60][56] 103 (EOF) Jul 08 16:34:31 nas rslsync[280]: [20170708 16:34:31.925] ZIP: Can't locate [css/style.css] in zip, error -100. and after a while; * rslsync.service - Resilio Sync per-user service Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/user/rslsync.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled) Active: active (running) since Sat 2017-07-08 16:39:06 CEST; 1h 31min ago Main PID: 444 (rslsync) CGroup: /user.slice/user-1000.slice/user@1000.service/rslsync.service `-444 /usr/bin/rslsync --nodaemon --config /home/raymond/.config/rslsync/rslsync.conf Jul 08 18:10:10 nas rslsync[444]: [20170708 18:10:10.361] D! 10SyncTcpReq[0x00007f1d4d634400]: EOF - error: 103 (application protocol level timeout) Jul 08 18:10:10 nas rslsync[444]: [20170708 18:10:10.361] D! 10SyncTcpReq::set_error[0x00007f1d4d634780][-1] 103 (application protocol level timeout) Jul 08 18:10:10 nas rslsync[444]: [20170708 18:10:10.361] D! 10SyncTcpReq[0x00007f1d4d634780]: EOF - error: 103 (application protocol level timeout) Jul 08 18:10:10 nas rslsync[444]: [20170708 18:10:10.361] D! 10SyncTcpReq::set_error[0x00007f1d4ea9d5e0][-1] 103 (application protocol level timeout) Jul 08 18:10:10 nas rslsync[444]: [20170708 18:10:10.361] D! 10SyncTcpReq[0x00007f1d4ea9d5e0]: EOF - error: 103 (application protocol level timeout) Jul 08 18:10:10 nas rslsync[444]: [20170708 18:10:10.562] D! 10SyncTcpReq[0x00007f1d4ea9d8a0]: EOF - error: 0 (Success) Jul 08 18:10:11 nas rslsync[444]: [20170708 18:10:11.952] D! 10SyncTcpReq[0x00007f1d4d1047a0]: EOF - error: 0 (Success) Jul 08 18:10:12 nas rslsync[444]: [20170708 18:10:12.240] D! 21ReverseHTTPConnection::set_error[0x00007f1d4d1434b0][86] 103 (EOF) Jul 08 18:10:12 nas rslsync[444]: [20170708 18:10:12.343] D! 10SyncTcpReq::set_error[0x00007f1d4c401aa0][-1] 103 (application protocol level timeout) Jul 08 18:10:12 nas rslsync[444]: [20170708 18:10:12.343] D! 10SyncTcpReq[0x00007f1d4c401aa0]: EOF - error: 103 (application protocol level timeout) I'm so annoyed this is my third major problem with Btsync/ Resilio on about 3 years.
  2. Hello again, I'm looking for they way to make some performance test of syncing files between my two machines. As I can see it makes shadow copy and logs doesn't contain all needed timings. Also it sync whole directory, but I'd like to sync some files, however maybe it's available in paid version? It will be better to make those test using linux cli So, the question is: "Do you have some ways to make performance tests using some files or share best practice for this"?
  3. Hi, im a long-time user of btsync, and more or less satisfied. I basically replaced googledrive, dropbox, onedrive and all the others with my btsync network. YEAH! Thats a success. Now, the big it companies merely now where i am on the internet, but not what i store. Thats awesome. BUT on my low-end devices, btsync is a memory hog and a cpu cycle eater. That is (as i now realized while reading the performance tips that are floating around) because I store all my nitty gritty little files in sync (all the files that otherwise would be in some big brother cloud). E.g. on the one low-end device which really gives me an headache currently, i have one share that contains my digital library with 4 GB hdd, 80k files and 2k directories. The performance of the device (intel atom dual core w/ win8pro and 2gb ram) seems strongly correlated with the number of files that are synced by btsync. For my "high-end" hardware, i dont complain. but for the low-end hardware, performance is getting more and more unbearable. Thats why i ask: @all: What is your strategy coping with this problem? @resilio: Is there a road map for tackeling that problem? If yes, please share it with me/us. If no, please share with us/me how we can get rid of this problem, e.g. tell me which alternative service provides a sync for lots of small files.
  4. Hi, I have very often high cpu load on my both macs (mac mini and macbook pro). There are no syncing processes running (no uploads, no downloads and no indexing). One core is at 100% for a long time. Version 2.3.10022 (0) Best regards Kay
  5. Hi, i've installed BTSync on my Synology and on two Macs to sync around 100k files in about 25 GB (lots of JPG and RAW files and a Lightroom database). So far it works… but… The Mac-Client – on is a MacBook Pro – is doing an 'indexing' every 10 Minutes. Every 'indexing' takes a few minutes where BTSync is consuming up to 100% CPU. I've searched a bit and read some longer threads about this indexing-feature but i think i didn't really get it: - Indexing is building a catalogue of all files that i like to sync to detect new/deleted files? - But then, changes made on one mac are transferred to the NAS in nearly realtime… not every 10 Minutes… And if i wake up my MacBook, the files are downloaded from the NAS nearly instant … not after 10 Minutes So again - what is the purpose of creating an index every 10 Minutes? Are there save ways to optimize the clients behavior? I like to have my Lightroom-Files in sync on both Macs and i'm using a NAS because both Macs are not running at the same time. Both Macs are creating/deleting files (JPG-Previews etc.). The NAS is running 24/7 so the 'truth' should always be on that NAS… In this case: Is it save to say, that i don't need to build an index on the macs every 10 Minutes but for example only once a day? I mean: If i'm working on the local iMac, changes are synced to the NAS in real-time. If i'm working on the MacBook it's the same when i'm at home. Only if i'm working on the MacBook while i'm traveling i need to be sure, that the MacBook will sync all new/changed files to the NAS when i'm back home - While BTSync is running, it should know those changes in realtime, right? So - Why do i need such index in my use case? Is it save to turn it off or set it a way longer interval (once every 10 hours or so) on the mac-clients? Could i even change the interval on the NAS (or turn it off completely) to let the HDDs sleep again from time to time? Thanks a lot for your help to clarify this topic