First, thank you to the team who develops and maintains this wonderful FOSS software. Syncthing is truly a wonderful tool in a multi device environment.
I’m hoping for some advice on the following issue:
I run 5 devices connected together with Syncthing in what I would consider a “Hub/Spoke” configuration.
- A Fedora 34 Server running Syncthing in a Container acts as the Hub (Home Network)
The following connect as spokes to the Hub:
- Win10 Laptop (Work Network)
- MX Linux 19 Desktop (Work Network)
- Fedora 34 Workstation Desktop (Home Network)
- Android Phone running Syncthing for just one folder (hops between Home and Work and Cellular Networks)
All of the “spokes” report through their interfaces (Web, SyncTrayzor, Mobile) that their folders are “Up to Date” with the Hub. When you look at the Hub’s Syncthing web interface it shows all of the spokes are “Out of Sync” with files (usually 1 or 2 files) that are less than a MB. Sometimes the file was a temporary file that was created when LibreOffice was editing the file, sometimes it is a file that was deleted on one of the spokes. All of the files that are noted as “Out of Sync” on each spoke are from a different spoke, and none of the files currently exist on any of the spokes.
Is there anything that I can do to tell the “Hub” that everything is OK?
The files don’t exist on any of the spokes, they are not supposed to exist, they are not files that are being actively edited on one of the spokes. On the Hub’s interface it does say that the folders are “Up to Date” which I believe is true, but where all four of the “Devices” are listed those are all listed as being “Out of Sync”.