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I would post these two problems separately, but I think they are related. Some background: I've been using sync for months now and love it. One of the directories I've started syncing recently is my photos folders: 450GB in 66,000+ files between a Windows 7 64-bit machine and my Linux server at home. Problem 1. I noticed that the sync was taking a long time and that the speed was really slow. That's when I noticed that the 300MB sync of current files was creating a lot of .!sync files and not finishing the sync on them. I tried moving the files in question out of the folder, allowing the
Hello, I have a 500GB SSD and a 1TB HDD setup in my workstation. There are a few folders (on the HDD) that I have syncing to a NAS for Backup. I am running out of space on my SSD, and I see that I have a sync.log file that is 244.2 GB!!. I can't find anything about this (quickly) in the forum. Can I delete this file? Does it perform the same function as the .archive folders (as a backup)? Can I move it to my HDD, where I have more room? Should I uninstall BTSync (which is installed on my SSD) and reinstall it on my HDD? Thanks for any help!
Hello: Currently using btsync 1.1.48 to sync two servers. excellent piece of software. seems to be working fine, but.. in the sync.log file i see multiple examples of read failures as in this clip: [2013-07-31 22:37:35] ReadFile error: me2-iplog1.txt:0:21137:21137:3 [2013-07-31 23:01:37] ReadFile error: me-item2-sessions.txt:0:170:170:3 [2013-07-31 23:01:37] ReadFile error: session-records.txt:0:12052:12052:3 [2013-07-31 23:01:37] ReadFile error: me2-iplog2.txt:0:12738:12738:3 [2013-08-01 00:01:43] ReadFile error: arf-home-sessions.txt:0:923:923:3 these files are all contained within various w