Server 1: Syncthing v0.13.0 Windows (64bit) Server 2: Syncthing v0.13.0 Windows (32bit)
A file a user worked on and updated in the early AM was reverted back to the original version. He noticed this later in the day and re-worked on the file around 4:30pm. It is worth noting that in the early AM, Syncthing was also crashing a lot (panic attacks), and I renamed the old index to .old so syncthing would create a new one.
Looked into Windows logs to see how this could have happened and noticed this:
User saved the file at 8:01 am. At 9:05 am, syncthing wrote to the file. At 4:27pm, user worked on and saved the file again. No activity from syncthing after this save.
I can provide the actual logs if necessary. Has this kind of behavior been observed? Is re-creating the index a bad idea in some cases?