V1.3.94 - Sync Errors? - What Do These Messages Mean? What Should I Do?


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BTSync 1.3.94. Windows Server 2003:

 

The btsync.log and the GUI show the following message set repeatedly:

 

[2014-06-19 21:02:53] Blocked downloading file *****.msg due Connection closed
[2014-06-19 21:03:54] Error: *****.Conflict.msg - Files missing from job. Please recheck.
[2014-06-19 21:03:54] Error downloading file *****.msg: Files missing from job. Please recheck.
[2014-06-19 21:04:34] Error: *****.Conflict.msg - Files missing from job. Please recheck.
[2014-06-19 21:04:34] Error downloading file *****.msg: Files missing from job. Please recheck.
 

File name blanked. But these messages are all for the same file. Over and over again. What do I need to do to stop this happening. What do I check??

One message refers to *****.msg

One message refers to *****.conflict.msg

Where ***** is the same in both messages.

Should I delete these files on both systems? At the same time?

 

Any information welcome.

 

Thank you.

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  • 4 weeks later...

I'm still seeing the 'Files missing from job. Please recheck.' error in .106. The file is a large JPEG; btsync keeps re-downloading lots of the pieces, but then ends up giving that error. In my case it's probably because at one point I manually deleted some temp files (trying to solve another issue).

 

Is there a way I can get btsync to 'Force Re-Check' on this file, as the fix seems to be for regular Bittorrent clients?

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