Odroid sync problem - version 2.6.3

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Sync is failing on my new Odroid N2, running resilio-sync_2.6.3-1_arm64.deb on Ubuntu 18.04.

History: For years I've run sync on a Raspberry Pi, with just the occasional hiccough. My setup is that the synced folders all exist on a BSD machine that shares them with the Pi via samba. Unfortunately, network speed on the Pi is too slow, so I upgraded to an Odroid N2 with the same samba sharing configuration. I followed the instructions here: https://help.resilio.com/hc/en-us/articles/206178924-Installing-Sync-package-on-Linux. Sync is running under the rslsync account and I've made sure that this account has all rights on the shared folders.

Here's what happens: I can add all my folders to the sync identity on the Odroid and they all index successfully. The problem starts when I share these folders with other devices. The first few shares seem to go OK, but as I add more devices, I noticed in the logs that sync would finish syncing up that device and then go into a crazy loop would where it would basically initialize itself over and over. After many cycles of this it would seem to stabilize. However, when I added the last few of my devices. It would not stop looping and now consistently dies with these final entries in the log:

[20190506 23:58:18.845] Debug log mask has been set to FFFFFFFF
[20190506 23:58:18.846] Features mask has been set to 0
[20190506 23:58:18.848] ZIP: Can't locate [version] in zip, error -100.
[20190506 23:58:18.849] Configuration from file "/etc/resilio-sync/config.json" has been applied
[20190506 23:58:18.876] test sha1: AE5BD8EFEA5322C4D9986D06680A781392F9A642
[20190506 23:58:18.876] test sha2: 630DCD2966C4336691125448BBB25B4FF412A49C732DB2C8ABC1B8581BD710DD
[20190506 23:58:18.877] test aes: 0A940BB5416EF045F1C39458C653EA5A07FEEF74E1D5036E900EEE118E949293
[20190506 23:58:18.877] DISKIO[0x00000055951d3bb0]: Create diskio pool for drive with id 18446744073709551614, path: , type: 0, size: 1
[20190506 23:58:18.877] WORKER[0x0000005595153e50]: created
[20190506 23:58:18.877] DISK_WORKER[0x0000005595153e50]: diskio thread start, drive_id = 18446744073709551614, priority = normal

When this dies, you can see that the sync process is still there:
odroid@odroid:~$ ps aux|grep resilio
rslsync   5282  0.0  0.1 172256  6592 ?        Ssl  May06   0:00 /usr/bin/rslsync --config /etc/resilio-sync/config.json
odroid    7847  0.0  0.0   2704   644 pts/0    S+   16:17   0:00 grep --color=auto resilio

But it doesn't respond to systemctl stop and the only way to shut it down is to kill -9. I tried tearing it all down and starting over and the same thing happens.

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Does this help? I'm seeing it repeatedly in the log:

[20190508 21:50:11.856] TRACKER[, [2604:4500:9:58::10]:4000] closing connection to[0x0000007f5c02ba60] - reason: EOF, error: 32770 (Tracker connection is closed by server)
[20190508 21:50:12.001] Got response from "config.resilio.com" - message: "{"relays": [{"addr": "","addr6": "[2604:4500:3:80::10]:3000"},{"addr": "","addr6": "[2604:4500:3:80::10]:3001"},{"addr": "","addr6": "[2604:4500:8:24a::10]:3000"},{"addr": "","addr6": "[2604:4500:8:24a::10]:3001"}],"trackers": [{"addr": "","addr6": "[2604:4500:9:58::10]:4000"},{"addr": "","addr6": "[2604:4500:5:245::10]:4000"}]}", error: 0 (<NULL>), http_code: 200
[20190508 21:50:13.779] CoreState: removed error - code: 11, message: "There's no connection to tracker"

I've verified that outgoing ports 4000, 3000, and 3001 are open.

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  • Tim77 changed the title to Odroid sync problem - version 2.6.3

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