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Hi, I'm syncing from a Mac Pro to two NAS units, a QNAP and a Synology, and both NASes keep showing folders that are stuck at 100% but never get to the green checkmark. Closer inspection reveals that each of the stuck folders is stuck downloading com.apple.resourcefork files. The Mac is running 2.6.4 (1344), the Synology is running 2.6.4 (1344) and the QNAP is running 2.6.0 (1317). I tried shutting down the QNAP and setting up the problematic folder over from scratch between just the Mac and the Synology to keep versions equal, and the problem persisted. Any idea what could
Resilio Sync just started crashing on my on boot. dmesg says (every few minutes): Jun 7 15:18:35 lbsvrresiliosync01 systemd: resilio-sync.service: Main process exited, code=exited, status=255/n/a Jun 7 15:18:35 lbsvrresiliosync01 systemd: resilio-sync.service: Failed with result 'exit-code'. Jun 7 15:18:36 lbsvrresiliosync01 systemd: resilio-sync.service: Service hold-off time over, scheduling restart. Jun 7 15:18:36 lbsvrresiliosync01 systemd: resilio-sync.service: Scheduled restart job, restart counter is at 1. Jun 7 15:18:36 lbsvrresiliosync01 systemd: Stoppe
I installed the same version of resilio-sync on two fedora workstations following this page: https://help.resilio.com/hc/en-us/articles/206178924-Installing-Sync-package-on-Linux When I connect these two computers on a standard directory, they are not connected to each others "no peer online -- 0 of 0". In fact I can see a warning message in the Web UI configuration page : "Connection settings overwritten by config". I don't know what this message means. My configuration file loaded by the rslsync is located in ~/.config/resilio-sync/config.json and its content looks l
Hello - I am using BitTorrent Sync v. 1.3.94 on the Mac to sync my work and home computer. I recently discovered one of my synced folders seems to only be going one-way. As I don't often do, I did some work at home and saved them into that folder. When I got to work, they weren't there. The files I had created at home hadn't synced to my work computer. No files were in the process of syncing either. I then put a new file into the same folder on my work computer, and it immediately synced to my home computer. I checked and confirmed that I was using the "Full access secret" and not the "Re