Metrics for block reuse, for similar file transfers?

(Jonathan Rice) #1

Does Syncthing have a way to display global and per-file metrics of block reuse, for “similar” file transfers? (IOW, how much data transfer was avoided by reusing blocks?) I’m more familiar with rsync, which states such per-transfer speedups very obviously, but I haven’t been able to find any similar statistics in Syncthing - did I just miss it?


– Jonathan

(Jakob Borg) #2

Nope. It’s tracked, internally, per file while syncing it. It’s visible briefly in the out of sync status dialog thing. Then it’s gone.

(Jonathan Rice) #3

Is there any reason why this isn’t made more visible - e.g., at least in the logs when “-verbose” is enabled? It would seem like the sort of thing that would give “warm fuzzies” to at least some users. Or do you think it would be too confusing, somehow?

I suppose I can always grab the source code and add some temporary logging code for testing. If you think this would be a useful addition to the main code base (e.g., for “-verbose”), then let me know.

(Jakob Borg) #4

No, no reason, it’s just never been needed so far.

(system) #5

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