Let’s say nodes A, B and C share a folder via Synchting. Node A adds massive data, which gets copied to B and C. One day C suddenly deletes all the files in the folder. A’s folder is “Send only”, so it retains the huge data. However B receives all changes, so I assume it will accept C’s changes and delete the files on its side too, is it correct? Next day A clicks “override changes”, and the files have to be transferred to B all over again.
If my understanding above is correct, then the question: Q: Is there any way for B to avoid re-downloading the entire dataset in the above scenario? E.g., a way to accept only A’s changes, but reject everyone else’s changes?
The recently added “Receive only” folders are, I guess, a step in this direction. But setting “Receive only” is up to the user running each node. If node C did not set “Receive only” then it’s still able to delete everyone’s files (except A’s).
Sorry if this was already discussed, or if I am missing something obvious, and I will greatly appreciate any pointers to solving this!