I just wrote a blog post and “how to” regarding part of my testing with my new Syncthing setup. I expect some may appreciate it while others may be “Ack! You shouldn’t do such things with Syncthing.” Regardless, it is what it is. At a minimum, I hope it at least contains some useful intel on what at least one person is doing with this pretty cool tool and how I used it to replace the dying CrashPlan service.
juanitogan (mj.J) #1
AudriusButkevicius (Audrius Butkevicius) #2
This does sync syncthings database, which pretty much mean there is permanent activity as we are tracking the files we are writing, and write them out as we track them, stepping on our own toes.