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Hi all -- It looks like the apt/deb repo is not getting updated with 2.7?

I'm using 

deb http://linux-packages.resilio.com/resilio-sync/deb resilio-sync non-free

 

~# apt search resilio-sync
Sorting... Done
Full Text Search... Done
resilio-sync/stable,now 2.6.3-1 amd64 [installed]
  Resilio Sync is a proprietary peer-to-peer file synchronisation tool.

 

If that's not longer support, thats fine i can switch to manually downloading the deb file, but obviously package manager support is a nicer experience...

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On May 21, @Helen said "Packages will be pushed to repo later".

That being said, I said, "what the hell" and upgraded from 2.6.3 to 2.7.1.1370 on Centos 8 VPS and saw a substantial improvement.  Finally seeing speeds I was expecting to see. On 2.6.3 right before the upgrade, it was averaging about 12MB/s (~100Mbps) from a VPS to my home. And I've consistently seen it max out around that for a long time.  After the upgrade, the transfer resumed at ~300Mbps.  

Next time I have a long transfer, I'll check top for rslsync's CPU usage. I've thought that was using a lot for the 100Mbps transfers, and I wouldn't be surprised if it went down despite improving 3X.

I think I might actually bite the bullet and upgrade my Windows machines that have 10GBe nics that generally don't do over 2.2Gbps with Resilio and see if I notice the computer not freezing up during the transfers.

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