I would like to rebuild a database for one of the folders because I am getting crap load of no such folder dst stat errors all over and over. So I want to force fresh rebuild of the database for that folder but I do not want to delete actual database because I am sharing 10 different folders and I only need a fresh scan for 1 folder.
I think you can remove the folder, restart syncthing, and re-add the folder.
Hmm that is not so nice of a solution because I am on Android and editing stuff is not easy on a mobile device. I was joping some other commandline etc solution.
In any case at least some kind of method is possible I guess.
Hmmm and using a cmdline on Android is easier than just removing the folder in syncthing gui and re-adding it?
To me, yes. I always use the command line on Android much easier.
You can try using syncthing-cli for that purpose.
Do you mean for forcing to rebuild the database for a certain folder? If what are the arguments for it?
No, syncthing-cli is a CLI which interacts with syncthing over the rest api, it’s a separate binary in a separate repo. You can add remove folders through that as I’ve suggested.
Cool, thanks for the pointers.
There’s an options item to reset the index (for all folders).
For the command line, you need root to access the binary (in