sorry for the hassle, but I’m having a small problem. I shared a folder on A to B (send only). It’s just about a thousand files (my collection of classical music), but most files are large: it’s about ~ 600 gb overall. To speed up sync, the destination is using an old backup of the same files (I verified by md5 that they are still identical), however it seems that B didn’t pick them up: since a few days, the progress was extremely slow. it currently says that there are 1096 files out of sync (511GB), so it’s likely re-downloading everything (the connection is quite poor).
As the list of out-of-sync files is long, it’s hard to tell and Syncthing is not very verbose about why it thinks the file differs, but it seems to list most (if not all) files.
Is there any way to see what files are in sync? A command-line query to the index?
Could it be a timestamp problem? Can I force B to compare files based on md5 only, instead of time/date?
In general, the only feature I’d wish is some more powerful “remote management”. Checking a box on B that says “Trust machina A” should allow me to manage B remotely from A’s web interface (and here I’m dreaming… a button “open a remote shell with ssh”…).
thanks for the help, mh