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Love the concept just trying to get it to work.

Heres the setup

1 Master node with 2 Tb files.

4 Other Nodes with ~1.5 Tb file (each node has a mix mash of the 2 Tb's)

So i created a shared key on the master and added the other nodes for full sync. Immediately the 4 nodes started to sync and download un upload from each other. But, the master node would not share anything it should be uploading to all 3 since it has data all 3 are missing. Without debugging on i get this message over and over on the master node. Also master node can see all other devices no problem.

[2013-04-30 09:49:41] Hash doesn't match. Terminated.

I have since enabled debugging and have the logs available for email.

Excluding everything above have completely deleted the appdata folder resetup a simple share with one file on the master to one node that does not have the file. I get the same error as above, yet the 2 devices see each other. Seems like something is messing up the hash on the master???

Any ideas?

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When you say "1 Master node with 2 Tb files." do you mean each individual file is 2TB in size? ...or the total size of the entire folder is 2TB? (i.e. it contains a vast number of smaller files totaling up to 2TB?)

If it's the latter, is the total number of files you're syncing less than 1 million? BitTorrent Sync can currently only handle 1 million files (in total) - Please see the Unofficial FAQ

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The "Master node" Has a total of 2Tb's of data ~ 300 files. But i think the problem has something with how the master is storing the shared key based on the "[2013-04-30 09:49:41] Hash doesn't match. Terminated." I don't know if this error is regarding the shared key or the hash given to the files in the directories. And if it is the hash on the file why would it not match?

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