"Running out of free space in storage location"


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I have received this warning message in the app:

"Running out of free space in storage location"

Since I have low space in my device and also on the device I'm syncing to, I'm not sure what the message means. Is it referring to source device (where the message is displayed) or to target devices? Better wording would be more appropriate for better understanding, or even further info which device, drive and/or folder are running out of free space.

 

 

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Hi Helen,

thank you.

I have removed some files on the device where the message was displayed and the message is gone. Unfortunately that means I can't make a screenshot any more. I think the warning was in the Peer list window.

 

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  • 2 years later...

I have just installed home version on a Asustor NAS and Synology NAS,

I created a folder with one file, on the Asustor NAS, and successfully synced to the Synology NAS by sharing the key.

Then I shared the key for another folder and set-up the link to the remote Synology NAS and but this time the triangle popped up on the dashboard with message "Running out of free space in storage location", when in fact there are many TB free

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^can anybody help here?

(the support ticket form doesn't work for me, as I'm trying out the personal version, but if I can't get it work, I guess there's no point upgrading to a paid version)

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