Possibly a niche feature request here: as I understand it, if a folder path is missing when Syncthing attempts to scan it, it will wait for the defined rescan interval when attempting to scan again.
Can I propose a different interval is used in the case where a folder path is missing (I propose 60 seconds)? Two personal use cases would find this useful:
- A machine with a removable drive which holds a shared folder. In a typical, default setup with the Fswatcher enabled the rescan interval is set to 1 hour - which means the drive is potentially not going to be synced until 1 hour after plugging it in;
- A machine with an external storage device which boots quite lazily, and isn’t mounted by the time Syncthing starts. In my case here I have a large archive folder which I don’t want scanned very often - so I’ve set the rescan interval to 6 hours. Consequently, this folder isn’t going to do anything for most of the day.
Does that make sense?