Getting multi-user and quotas: containers?


#1

Out of the woods with my multi-subnets/NAT setup, I once again stand in awe watching Syncthing fling files around :slight_smile:

I know the official position is Syncthing is a personal app and not a corporate thing but indeed I feel something like a central server with an administrator can help adoption by end users.

What’s your take on LXC or Docker to run a flock of Syncthing installs? I imagine that would bring multi-instances and per-user quotas relatively painlessly?


(Jakob Borg) #2

Possibly. You can also run a central Syncthing for multiple users in an enterprise just fine, just as long as the users don’t have access to the admin interface. Give them a folder ID each, set quotas on the directories on disk.


(system) #3

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