I have two linux machines (one debian, one ubuntu), both running 12.2. I have several folders shared between them. Two days ago, syncthing stopped connecting. The log one host contains a bunch of messages of the form
[E4H6C] 13:15:54 INFO: Connection to 5N4…E5QT closed: Folders exceeds size limit; 1298232425 > 1000000
I assume this is about the folder that I most recently changed. That folder has about 110 Mbytes in about 2000 files. I have another folder which has about 83GB in far fewer files. The error messages give no indication which folder is causing the problem.
Any idea what the problem is and how to fix it?
You’re talking to a v0.11 client. They are not compatible.
(Yes, I see you say both are running v0.12.2, but I doubt that’s the case.)
That does not appear to be the case:
ps -edaf|grep syncthing matija 3657 1 1 Oct30 ?
syncthing v0.12.2 “Beryllium Bedbug” (go1.4.3 linux-amd64 default) firstname.lastname@example.org
2015-11-09 13:23:26 UTC
Oh, and here is the version of the system trying to connect:
syncthing v0.12.2 “Beryllium Bedbug” (go1.4.3 linux-amd64 default) email@example.com 2015-11-09 13:23:26 UTC
Can you paste the full log from both sides, from startup to the connection gets dropped?
There was no v0.12.x on Oct 30, so that is either v0.11.x or a beta.
I’m placing a bet on “upgraded using a package manager, but didn’t restart the service”.
It appears you were right: after restarting the service (I added it into the systemd configuration system), it started working.
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