An Explanation For The Api Logs On Startup.


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Hi there,



Heres how do I start the API server:

/Applications/BitTorrent\\ Sync --config ~/Documents/SANDBOX/BitTorrentSync/config.json

And here are the logs that I see on startup and which I not sure what they mean:

[20140118 13:09:35.880] total physical memory 9223372036854775807 max disk cache 33554432[20140118 13:09:35.880] Using IP address[20140118 13:09:35.881] Loading config file version 1.2.82[20140118 13:09:35.983] UPnP: Device error "": (-2)[20140118 13:09:35.984] Loaded folder SyncAPI/my_storage[20140118 13:09:35.994] Incoming connection from[20140118 13:09:36.998] UPnP: Device error "": (-2)[20140118 13:09:37.639] UPnP: ERROR mapping TCP port 26085 -> Deleting mapping and trying again: (501) Action Failed[20140118 13:09:37.909] UPnP: ERROR removing TCP port 26085: (501) Action Failed[20140118 13:09:38.736] UPnP: ERROR mapping TCP port 26085 -> (501) Action Failed[20140118 13:09:40.020] UPnP: Device error "": (-2)[20140118 13:09:41.006] UPnP: Device error "": (-2)[20140118 13:09:42.072] UPnP: ERROR mapping UDP port 26085 -> Deleting mapping and trying again: (501) Action Failed[20140118 13:09:43.446] UPnP: ERROR mapping UDP port 26085 -> (501) Action Failed[20140118 13:09:46.891] NAT-PMP: Unable to map port with NAT-PMP.[20140118 13:09:59.897] NAT-PMP: Unable to map port with NAT-PMP.

after that when my phone connects the logs start printing

[20140118 13:11:28.320] Incoming connection from[20140118 13:11:38.265] Incoming connection from[20140118 13:11:49.626] Incoming connection from[20140118 13:12:00.072] Incoming connection from[20140118 13:12:10.260] Incoming connection from[20140118 13:12:20.435] Incoming connection from[20140118 13:12:30.189] Incoming connection from[20140118 13:12:40.472] Incoming connection from[20140118 13:12:50.158] Incoming connection from[20140118 13:13:00.343] Incoming connection from[20140118 13:13:10.486] Incoming connection from

Can someone explain me or point me some documentation where I can find the reasons for those logs.





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