Hi everyone, I noticed that whenever I try to run Syncthing and place files in a usb drive, it crashes after a while. The crash affects not only the program, but the whole system too.
I’m using Syncthing (latest version in 21/06/2022) on a docker container on an orange pi 3 LTS running armbian server Bullseye (latest updates and everything). I decided to use docker because my system would become non-accessible even after rebooting (sometimes). Even with docker, the system becomes unusable when syncthing crashes. My USB drive is mounted on /mnt/hdd .
Here’s what happens:
- I select a folder (located in the usb drive) and share it with my computer and phone (same local network);
- I disconnect my phone from the WiDFi and connect it to LTE: phone connects to orange pi and starts synching files;
- Before synching is completed, orange pi crashes and needs to be rebooted, CPU load goes crazy high although CPU usage is very low.
Syncthing runs perfectly when the shared folder is located inside the main storage, regardless the network I’m using.
PS. is it a good idea to run syncthing on docker? Thank you in advance